Maxi Haulage saw an increase in turnover in the financial year ending 30 September 2014, continuing its growth streak of recent years. The Irvine-based haulage company, a subsidiary of parent group Maxi Caledonian, saw its turnover increase 10%, from £47m in 2013 to £52m. The company’s pre-tax profit for the year fell 23%, from £1.8m to £1.4m. However during 2014, spent £2.3m on fleet expansion and replacement along with a further £3.3m on a new depot in Warwick, which may […]
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