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: […]
It’s ‘back to the future’ for international hauliers needing smooth transport across borders after Brexit, with the International Road Transport Union (IRU) claiming firms are returning to the TIR system.
Wincanton has agreed to buy e-commerce and fulfilment specialist Cygnia Logistics Limited, from Crescent Capital.
The haulage industry has slammed the DfT and Highways England for failing to give hauliers advance warning of a series of overnight closures on the M26, which began last week.