Time-sensitive logistics services provider Freight First has predicted it will triple its turnover to between £10m and £12m in the next four years. The Runcorn-based firm, which carries out general haulage and ADR work in addition to time-sensitive contracts for customers like shop-outfitters and catering equipment suppliers, has just increased the number of vehicles it runs from 19 to 25 on a newly expanded O-licence for 30 trucks. Director Simon Meredith (pictured) told Motortransport.co.uk the new vehicles were already all […]
Motor Transport has joined the RHA and the CILT in calling on chancellor George Osborne to set aside £100m to fund the urgent recruitment and training of up to 45,000 new HGV drivers in his Autumn Statement on 3 December.
Suttons Tankers has won a three-year contract with Azelis UK for the transportation of bulk nitrogen chemical liquids and gases.
Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire storage and distribution firm John Hackling (Transport) said a near 12% rise in turnover and profit before tax in the year to the end of September was “in line with expectations”.