Eddie Stobart Logistics has confirmed it will list on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) next week on 25 April at 8am, a move that will see former owner Stobart Group slash its holding in the haulier and pocket £113.1m. In an admission document published today, Eddie Stobart Logistics stated it would issue 357,918,800 ordinary shares of 1p each to be admitted comprising 276,668,800 existing ordinary shares as well as 81,250,000 new ordinary shares, issued at a price of £1.60. The […]
Up to 700 Co-operative Food drivers are set to hold a 48-hour strike in response to the retailer’s plan to transfer 87 drivers to Eddie Stobart Logistics.
Alex Laffey was 25 years with Tesco before becoming CEO of Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) in May 2015 in preparation for floating the business of the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange in April 2017.