Scottish operator Maxi Haulage, part of Maxi Group, has revealed a 17% increase in turnover but says the “competitive nature of the haulage industry” is keeping profit margins tight. In unaudited accounts set to be filed at Companies House later this month, Maxi reveals that for the year-ending 30 September it saw revenue rise to £40.4m, from £34.5m a year ago. Pre-tax profit rose 6% to £2m from £1.9m in the previous 12 month period. Chairman Gerry Atkinson tells MT.co.uk: […]
Maxi Haulage saw an increase in turnover in the financial year ending 30 September 2014, continuing its growth streak of recent years.
Trading at Maxi Haulage was “very satisfactory” last year, as the Scottish firm continued to invest in its fleet and reduce costs.
Maxi Haulage has delivered one of its largest pre-tax profits in the firm’s history, despite a “difficult and competitive” environment.