Eddie Stobart Logistics will replace XPO Logistics as the logistics partner for Aggregate Industries’ Concrete Products division. The five year contract, commencing October 2016, will see Stobart move finished products from Bradstone, Charcon and Masterblock from 14 sites across the UK. Stobart said it will use a combination of curtain sided and flat bed trailers a well as automated offload vehicles for the work. Motortransport.co.uk understands XPO had held the contract since 2008. Eddie Stobart Logistics CEO Alex Laffey said that Stobart’s […]
Pall-Ex has reignited its European expansion push and will have almost doubled its existing network on the continent by early next year.
20) Andrew Tinkler, chief executive, Stobart Group Tinkler strengthened his position at the top of Britain’s best known haulage firm at the beginning of 2013. He survived an attempted boardroom coup, that could have seen former Autologic boss Avril Palmer-Baunick take charge of the group as a whole, potentially breaking up its constituent, multi-modal parts. That came to nothing in the end and Tinker was able to calm the waters, as Palmer-Baunick left in May.
Eddie Stobart Logistics has won business with an annual value of £100m in the first six months of its trading year, the operator said in a trading update today (28 June).