City Link has rolled out a dedicated new livery for its Sameday fleet, featuring the strapline ‘when tomorrow is too late’ to help strengthen the operation’s brand. The parcels firm says the Sameday service has expanded rapidly in the past 12 months, with new contract wins across multiple business sectors, and that “this trend shows no sign of slowing down”. Two new depots were opened in Bristol and Newcastle during 2011 to cope with customer demand, with further sites earmarked […]
UK Mail’s continued investment in its infrastructure, including the move from its Birmingham HQ to a new fully automated Ryton hub, resulted in a dip in pre-tax profit in the year ended 31 March 2015.
City Link parent Rentokil Initial is optimistic the troubled parcel carrier is on the road to recovery despite its latest results showing losses increased in the first three months of the year. In his statement to the market, Rentokil Initial CEO Alan Brown, says City Link losses were higher than the previous year but that performance of the business improved through the first quarter as its new management team started to implement their plans. Brown adds: “We expect a significant […]
Throughout the year, Motortransport.co.uk has bought you the biggest news in the road transport industry. Here we bring you the top 10 most read stories of 2012: 10. Stobart Group in for Autologic with £12.4m cash offer June saw Stobart make its offer for the car transporter firm, which valued Autologic at £12.4m. The deal made Stobart the largest car transporter haulier in the UK. 9. Hermes opens Coventry and Carlisle depots 2012 was a year of expansion for Hermes […]