Aberdeen-based ARR Craib Transport saw off difficult conditions in its key oil and gas sectors last year, helped by several major wins in the construction and fast moving consumer goods markets. According to its annual results to 31 March 2017, ARR Craib saw turnover rise £44.8m (2016: £43.5m) in the period, with pre-tax profit up to £1.1m (2016: £1m). The firm, which operates transport services from its bases in Aberdeen, Cumbernauld, Stockton and Great Yarmouth, continued to battle against an […]
John Hackling (Transport) saw pre-tax profit fall 45% last year, according to its latest annual results.
The popular Engineer in Court mock trial by jury returns at Derby University on 27 June, with the centrepiece ‘trial’ this year trying a case of corporate manslaughter following an insecure load falling from a vehicle. Society of Operations Engineers chief executive Nick Jones will this year don the judges’ wig and gown to oversee proceedings and a line up of top barristers including Michael Ponsonby, James Godden and a team from Backhouse Jones will cross examine witnesses. The court […]
Despite turnover rising by almost half in 2017 Simon Gibson Transport saw its profit fall for the third consecutive year as the firm continued to invest “heavily” in its fleet.