Rising driver wages and greater use of agency staff to combat recruitment difficulties contributed to a second year of reduced profit for Felixstowe-based container haulier James Kemball. Turnover in the year to the end of 31 March 2015 rose just less than 1% to £19.15m (2014: £18.97m), while pre-tax profit slid by nearly 16% to just under £332,000 (£394,000). This follows a more than 50% fall in pre-tax profit a year earlier. The firm’s directors were unavailable for comment but […]
Adverse weather conditions hit volumes in Kuehne + Nagel’s road and rail logistics division, which saw an 85% drop in first quarter EBITDA.
A “strong” pipeline of new business in its logistics division helped Clipper Group offset a serious decline in turnover at its CV dealerships in the year to the end of April 2013, the firm’s annual accounts reveal.
Former Pall-Ex and Fortec member Transol Worldwide Logistics has been placed in liquidation after it appointed administrators earlier this year, owing £739,810.