Seafield Logistics, which was one of 2014’s highest profile failures within road transport, has been dissolved bringing an official end to its story. Collapsing in July 2014, Seafield’s bulk powder transport business was sold immediately to Abbey Logistics and its warehousing business based in Winsford was sold to Lomas Distribution by the administrator, Grant Thornton. The Green Group also bought a warehouse and a number of the business’s assets from the administrator. The move saved more than 100 jobs at […]
Abbey Logistics Group has won a deal with Tata Chemicals and its sister company British Salt to manage bulk transport and logistics for the two firms’products.
Welcome to the 2018 Motor Transport Power Players, the editorial team’s take on who will be the key influencers – including some of those who are up and coming in the industry rather than the established names – on the transport and logistics industry this year.
Abbey Logistics is targeting £25m to £30m in additional turnover within the next five years, taking its annual turnover to approximately £60m – as well as improving its profit margin to 3.5%, Motortransport.co.uk can reveal.