Waste collection company Biffa is set to return to the London Stock Exchange on Thursday (20 October) for the first time in eight years. The waste management company is looking to raise £262m via a listing to fuel its acquisition drive in the sector, which it sees as ripe for consolidation. Biffa’s return to the stock market got off to a shaky start after it was forced to reduce its Initial Public Offering from a price range of 220p to […]
The Co-operative Group is expanding its back haul operation in a move that will save thousands of road miles and see 34,000 tonnes of food shop waste diverted from landfill.
DX Group expects to have a market capitalisation of £200m when it begins trading on London’s AIM next week.
Michael Conroy has a bounce in his step as he shows MT a series of wall-mounted photos of the network’s development in Fradley before its move to Callister Way, its current home, in 2009.