WH Malcolm saw both turnover and pre-tax profit rise in the 12 months ending 31 January 2013 as it “enjoyed an increase in activity levels”. Turnover was up 2.8% to £177.4m, from £172.5m in the previous financial year, at the logistics arm of the Malcolm Group. Pre-tax profit in the division rose to £9m, from £7.7m in 2011/12. Chief executive Andrew Malcolm said: “Our logistics division again enjoyed an increase in activity levels during the year. Going into 2013, activity […]
Malcolm Logistics unveiled its 50ft container at Multimodal yesterday (30 April), one of 40 that the company plans to introduce to both its road and rail operations.
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Malcolm Group is more than just a family haulier: it’s a multi-modal 3PL with road, rail and warehousing; it’s a construction and civil engineering giant and one of the most prominent logistics employers in Scotland’s central belt. MT ranks the firm as the 22nd largest in the UK industry by turnover, and its family name sits alongside Stobart, Turner and Sutton in the annals of British haulage.