A revival in activity within the construction sector helped ET Holdings more than treble profit before tax in the year to the end of March 2014, from £192,000 to just under £760,000. Turnover in the group, which includes hauliers Evans Transport and Seymour Transport as well as commercial vehicle workshop operation Trident Commercials, rose from £20m to £21.5m in the same period. In the parent company’s latest annual accounts, the firm’s directors said the combined effects of general economic improvement, […]
Fagan & Whalley has announced a company restructure, boosting its board of directors from two to six people.
The ongoing threat of strike action at Royal Mail has encouraged many of its customers to switch to rival carriers, while growth in new contracts has slowed, the firm admitted in its half year results.
Fergytrux, the Cramlington-based holding company of Fergusons Transport, increased turnover by 2.2% last year, thanks to performance improvements and Brexit stockpiling.