Eddie Stobart Logistics returns to the stock market next month with a listing on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) that will value the operator at more than half a billion pounds. In a statement today, the haulier’s holding company, Greenwhitestar Capital, said it would be seeking admission to AIM in a bid to raise funds for acquisitions in the “highly fragmented market”. “The company is targeting a market capitalisation of admission in excess of £550m, with approximately £130m of proceeds […]
Alex Laffey was 25 years with Tesco before becoming CEO of Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) in May 2015 in preparation for floating the business of the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange in April 2017.
Eddie Stobart has reported strong contract retention and growth ahead of its year-end trading update, expected in January 2018.
Waste collection company Biffa is set to return to the London Stock Exchange on Thursday (20 October) for the first time in eight years.