Rising demand for warehouse space and a welter of contract wins helped boost Howard Tenens’ group turnover from £57.1m to £64.7m in the year to 30 September 2014. However the cost of updating the company’s transport and warehousing software depressed profits in the period. The company’s annual results for the year to September 30 2014 showed pre-tax profits declined from £3.9m to £3.5m and operating profits down £1.5m to £3m. Jamie Hartles, a director at Howard Tenens and head of […]
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