DX Group saw turnover slip during the first half of its financial year as it continued with its strategy of ending commercially unattractive contracts that were inherited with its acquisition of the former Nightfreight business. Its half-year results covering the period to 31 December 2014 revealed a drop in turnover to £147.4m (2013: £150m) as a result of culling contracts that do not have a profitable contribution as they come up for renewal. It is also continuing to consolidate its […]
Dartford-based independent HGV rental company Truckfast Truckserve is being wound up after liquidators were appointed to the firm.
Bridgend-based John Raymond Transport has endured a tough period but parent company Nolan Transport believes the required changes have now been made to return the haulier to health.
Wincanton hasn’t had it all its own way of late. A resurgent Eddie Stobart wrestled a Cemex contract valued at £15m off it, and MT revealed earlier this month that Britvic had re-awarded its entire transport requirement to Eddie Stobart after the first year of a five-year deal with Wincanton.