John Raymond Transport, which celebrates 60 years in business next month, achieved a modest increase in profit last year. For the year ending 30 September 2012, the company, with depots in Bridgend, Cannock and Swindon, reported a pre-tax profit of £42,000, on a turnover of £19.9m. Director Jonathan Raymond, son of the company’s original founders, said it had replaced half its fleet during the period and was now operating a brand new fleet. He acknowledged that its turnover had fallen […]
Bridgend, South Wales-based John Raymond Transport saw an increase in both turnover and pre-tax profit last year.
Harlequin Logistics is now running about a dozen 15.65m trailers on its Kellogg’s operation, as part of the government’s 10-year trial of longer semi-trailers. Four of the five members of the year-old haulier consortium – Currie European, John Raymond Transport, Jack Richards & Son and Prestons of Potto – are running the longer trailers for the cereal giant, shipping loads from Manchester throughout the UK. The 3.04m-high SDC Trailers can carry 60 pallets rather than the normal 52, said Currie’s […]
South Wales haulier John Raymond Transport suffered a drop in pre-tax profit of over 99.7% in the last financial year, accounts lodged at Companies House have shown.