Wincanton has said it is ready to tackle any changes in legislation or the economic climate Brexit might have on the industry. Speaking at the company’s AGM in London today, Wincanton chairman Steve Marshall said the board would be closely monitoring the situation “as the political and economical consequences become clearer”. However, he added that because the “majority” of the company’s contracts are open book and based in the UK Wincanton wasn’t “directly exposed to foreign currency movements”. He said: […]
Wincanton has said it doesn’t expect to be affected by the dispute between union Unite and Argos over the proposed transfer of almost 100 drivers despite managing the majority of the retailer’s transport operation.
Wincanton has secured a three-year contract extension with Britvic to operate the soft drinks giant’s NDC in Lutterworth, Leics.
Wincanton is confident in its growth prospects for the current financial year, as it begins to see the benefits from the disposal of its records management arm and the termination of loss-making contracts in its Pullman Fleet Services business.