Felixstowe container haulier James Kemball saw its pre-tax profit decrease by more than half in the year ending 31 March 2014. Accounts filed at Companies House show that the firm made a £395,000 profit during the 12-month period, compared with £967,000 for the previous 15 months. Turnover appeared to better reflect the reduced length of the accounting period, with sales of almost £19m, compared with £24.5m in 2013. Of this, £18.9m derived from turnover generated in the UK, with the […]
The fallout from the bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping is likely to be far reaching with hauliers operating out of Felixstowe potentially facing writing off large debts.
Maxi Haulage saw another year of strong growth with pre-tax profit up 14% to £1.61m in the financial year ending to September 2015.
Fagan & Whalley has blamed the UK driver shortage for a near two-thirds fall in pre-tax profit.