When the Leeds Road Ground, in the centre of Huddersfield, was demolished in 1994 anything and everything was up for sale, Shaw Pallet Limited of Slaithwaite purchased a section of boundary wall at the Bradley Mills end of the property which contained a turnstile gate.
Helping to ”Keep It Up”
Local fundraisers and officially registered volunteers Jan and Pete Swallow have been working hard on behalf of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance in the Huddersfield area for over ten years, and Shaw Pallet has always been proud to offer donations in support their initiatives.
‘Shaw Pallet turnstile’ plays starring roll in Huddersfield Town 2018/19 home kit launch
We were delighted to see the ‘Shaw Pallet Turnstile’ feature in the publicity shots for Huddersfield Towns new kit. Having survived for a 2nd season in the Premier League, Town fans were eager to see what the 2018/19 season home kit would look like. The club had switched suppliers to Umbro and chose an iconic location for the high profile launch – in front of our retro turnstiles!
Tom records perfection for Shaw Pallet
It is said that golfers have a 12,500-1 chance of achieving a “hole in one” and so; when Tom Jenkinson (handicap 4) strolled onto the 3rd tee at Woodsome Hall Golf Club on Sunday 20th May, it’s unsurprising that the thought of him grabbing his first ever ‘ACE’ had scarcely entered his head. 30 seconds […]
Euro-pallet change in agreement signals cost increase
UK exporters who choose to use a standard UIC435-2 1200 x 800 mm EURO-Pallet face new challenges including potential rejection of palletised loads, pallet shortages and price rises as a result of the European Pallet Association’s (EPAL) decision to end their acceptance of UIC marked pallets.
Fork lift trucks – packing them off to the USA
When a local manufacturer needed to transport some innovative fork lift machines to a customer in the USA, Shaw Pallet designed a series of bespoke export timber packing cases.
Flood Hit Leeds Business Rescued by Shaw Pallet
When West Yorkshire was battered by storms and unprecedented rainfall many businesses were submerged by flash floods, and as the River Aire burst it’s banks one such organisation was ThyssenKrupp Woodhead in Leeds.