DSV Road saw turnover fall by £13.3m in 2015 after a “challenging year” that saw it lose a major customer. The company’s annual results to 31 December 2015 published to Companies House, reveal that turnover fell to £174.1m (2014: £187.4m). DSV said this was due, in part, to the collapse of papermaker Tullis Russell, one of its largest customers, in July last year. However DSV Road, which is a subsidiary of Danish logistics giant DSV Group, saw a small increase in […]
Maxi Haulage has delivered one of its largest pre-tax profits in the firm’s history, despite a “difficult and competitive” environment.
Wincanton hasn’t had it all its own way of late. A resurgent Eddie Stobart wrestled a Cemex contract valued at £15m off it, and MT revealed earlier this month that Britvic had re-awarded its entire transport requirement to Eddie Stobart after the first year of a five-year deal with Wincanton.
Redhead Freight is continuing to make progress after its acquisition by Schenker, which saw the reverse integration of loss-making DB Schenker Logistics into the business.