AKW Global Logistics has spent £250,000 upgrading its Trafford Park warehouses. Additional racking and a fleet of 16 Mitsubishi gas-powered forklift trucks featuring warning and impact sensors have been added following an original spend of £2m to add capacity for the group in 2010. “The market is constantly changing for users of warehousing and value-added services, we must evolve with it; customising our approach to stay modern is at the forefront of everything we do. “Gone are the days of […]
AK Worthington’s fledgling international division is rapidly gaining momentum, with turnover expected to rise by 50% in the next 12 months, from about £1.2m to £1.8m.
Manchester-based AKW Group returned to profitability in 2013, as both its transport and warehousing businesses enjoyed bumper trading.
Kinaxia’s acquisition of AKW Group and Fresh Freight helped deliver a 48% rise in revenues in 2019, but the group’s continuing acquisition drive and IT investments contributed to a loss of £1.8m in the period.