Bridgend, South Wales-based John Raymond Transport saw an increase in both turnover and pre-tax profit last year. Its annual accounts for the year ended 30 September 2013, published to Companies House, showed a 35% increase in pre-tax profit to £56,000, up from £41,752 in 2012. Turnover at the company, which is part of the Harlequin Logistics consortium (pictured), increased slightly from £19.8m to £20.2m in the same period, despite what the directors described as a “challenging” economic climate. “However the […]
Premier Logistics (UK) was loss-making in the eight months to 31 December 2017 newly published accounts from the embattled group reveal.
Irish haulier Nolan Group is set to buy a Birmingham-based haulier and a supply chain business as it moves to expand its UK footprint, according to director Oliver Nolan.