Abbey Logistics Group will close its general haulage and pallet network business to concentrate on the tanker business where it first made its name. In a statement today (12 September), the firm, which was originally known as Abbey Road Tanks, said it had grown rapidly in the last two years through its core tanker business, including headline making deals such as British Sugar. It added that it had secured significant contracts in the food, polymers, and non-hazardous chemicals markets, and […]
Liverpool-based tanker operator Abbey Logistics Group has begun sending unaccompanied tank containers to mainland Europe via Zeebrugge for one of its food ingredient customers in order to avoid ongoing migrant problems in northern France.
Abbey Logistics is targeting £25m to £30m in additional turnover within the next five years, taking its annual turnover to approximately £60m – as well as improving its profit margin to 3.5%, Motortransport.co.uk can reveal.
Hoyer UK MD Mark Binns has said he is “confident” this year will be better than last after the firm reported widening losses for the 12 months to the end of December.