Wincanton has renewed its long-standing distribution contract with the Co-op for a further five years. The two companies have worked together for more than 25 years, and Wincanton will continue to fulfil the deal from the Co-op’s depots in Lea Green, Merseyside and Cardinal, Cambridgeshire. The operation employs 700 people and uses a fleet of 700 trucks. Wincanton makes around 130,000 journeys to around 1,000 Co-op stores around the country every year. Wincanton said it will continue to drive for […]
Hope Construction Materials has awarded Wincanton a six-year contract renewal, which will see the 3PL continue to provide its bulk and bagged road logistics.
Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has hit back at Wincanton’s claims this week that it has withdrawn its interest in bidding for the company due to a lack of financial information, insisting it gave Wincanton “extensive due diligence commensurate with its status as a strategic competitor”.
There is one share in transport that is having a little run at the moment. One that doesn’t do it very often. After slipping to a low of 45p on 27 March, Wincanton keeps on growing. As of this morning it hit 82.35p – that’s an 83% return on your investment. So why all the commotion?