Waste collection company Biffa is set to return to the London Stock Exchange on Thursday (20 October) for the first time in eight years. The waste management company is looking to raise £262m via a listing to fuel its acquisition drive in the sector, which it sees as ripe for consolidation. Biffa’s return to the stock market got off to a shaky start after it was forced to reduce its Initial Public Offering from a price range of 220p to […]
Eddie Stobart Logistics returns to the stock market next month with a listing on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) that will value the operator at more than half a billion pounds.
DHL Supply Chain has won a ten-year contract with Gatwick Airport to manage inbound deliveries through its new logistics and consolidation facility.
A Web-based freight consolidation system, allowing hauliers servicing Heathrow Airport to notify members of spare capacity on their vehicles, is to launch this year to clean up the air around the complex.