Bridgend-based John Raymond Transport has endured a tough period but parent company Nolan Transport believes the required changes have now been made to return the haulier to health. Nolan Transport purchased John Raymond Transport in September 2016, with John Raymond stepping down from the board at that time to be replaced by Oliver Nolan. The Welsh firm’s other director remains Paul Johns. Having effectively broken even in 2014, the haulier made a pre-tax loss of £703,237 in 2015 but newly […]
Bartrum Group increased revenues by 3% last year, but it warned that the pandemic’s effects on its business operations remained uncertain.
Hertfordshire-based Carters Haulage entered administration after expanding from one lorry to 40 in just three years to service a blue chip client and then losing the business months later.
United Pallet Network member DBL Logistics has secured £1.8m of funding from HSBC to expand the business with a new 50,000ft² Sheffield DC. Due for completion in January 2013, the new site will run in tandem with DBL’s existing 25,000ft² facility in the Sheffield Business Park, and the company hopes additional volumes will boost its annual turnover, currently £3m per year. The company holds an O-licence for 15 trucks and trailers, but will look to increase the authorisation to 25 […]