Hargreaves Services’ logistics division has felt the impact of Brexit, after a UK port delayed a £7m earthworks project in light of the EU referendum result. In a trading update the company warned that its transport and earthworks divisions are at risk due to their exposure to the construction sector and to public sector projects, many of which could be delayed due to the economic uncertainty caused by Brexit. The trading update stated: “On a negative note the group has been […]
Widnes-based tanker specialist Suttons was founded by Alf Sutton in 1926 and remains family-owned. The founder’s grandson John Sutton was appointed CEO of Suttons Group in 2013 and the Sutton family still form the majority of the Suttons Group board. Suttons Group has two operating divisions: Road Tankers, headed by MD Michael Cundy; and Suttons International, where Barry McNally is MD. Road Tankers turns over around £70m a year, with the business split roughly 55% chemicals, 35% gases and 10% […]
Clipper Logistics almost broke the £200m turnover barrier in its most recent results, covering the six months ended 31 October.
Removals firm Pickfords suffered a small decline in turn-over and profit in the last financial year but still managed to keep well ahead of its performance two years ago.