The Pink Link Ltd Celebrates Office Opening


The Pink Link Ltd celebrated its official opening of its new premises at Oakes, Huddersfield on Monday 1st September 2014, with the help of Huddersfield Town Chairman, Dean Hoyle, who marked the event by the cutting of a pink ribbon. Huddersfield Town player Murray Wallace and former Town favourite, Andy Booth also attended.

The Pink Link Ltd team was joined by a number of clients, friends and family including Card Factory, National Flexible and Easy Pave for a drinks reception with lunch and a tour their new site and pink offices.

The family owned and managed palletised distribution specialist, whose distinctively branded pink trucks are often seen on the roads, says the recent move and expansion not only brings an exciting new chapter for the company, but also administers its customers with a number of key service improvements including later cut off points, closer motorway links and improved IT communications.

David Allen, Founder of The Pink Link Ltd in 1991 but now retired, attended the event and spoke highly of the business and its employees; “The business has come a long way since my involvement 23 years ago, this is testament to my Son and Daughter who completed an MBO 10 years ago and since then the company has gone from strength to strength. The new location is fantastic and exemplifies the businesses continuous strive towards improving service and customer experience.”

Vicki Davenport, Sales and Commercial Director at The Pink Link Ltd, commented; “The official opening was a fantastic event and we were delighted to be joined by a great number of guests, customers and friends. Customer care and providing the personal touch is key to The Pink Link success and is something the business prides itself on delivering at all times through our highly skilled customer service team. It was great to have the opportunity to show our guests around the new premises and introduce them to Pink Link Ltd employees they may not have met previously.”