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 […]
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.
Civil war on the DX board, Eddie Stobart Logistics hitting the stock market and industry opinions on the Bath tipper case make up the latest episode of the Motor Transport Podcast.
Framptons Transport Services was in rude financial health when it was acquired by Gregory Distribution earlier this year, according to its most recent filing at Companies House.