Parcelforce Worldwide is facing the threat of disruption, with Unite members set to vote on whether to adopt a ‘work to rule’ policy at the delivery firm due to a pay dispute. The union has criticised the Royal Mail subsidiary’s offer of a 2.8% pay rise, backdated to July 2014, for junior and middle management, claiming it shows contempt for Parcelforce employees who are paid less than their counterparts in other parts of the group. In response, a Parcelforce spokeswoman […]
2013 was a year of moves forward for every transport firm listed on the Stock Exchange. And while we lost CityLink (to a management buy-out), we gained Royal Mail – and a whole heap of market capitalisation. So without further ado – let’s find out who the big winners were!
Eight road transport and logistics businesses now have an annual turnover in excess of £1bn.
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