Wincanton has renewed its contract with oil and energy company Phillips 66 to provide delivery services for ground fuels and LPG, marking a 16 year working relationship between the two companies. The extended deal will see 31 Wincanton tankers delivering fuel from Phillips 66’s depots in Immingham, Stockton-On-Tees and Kingsbury, near Tamworth, to JET branded forecourts and commercial customers across the UK. In 2017, under the same agreement, Wincanton made over 20,000 deliveries for Phillips 66 which amounted to 772 […]
Wincanton has been awarded a new contract with defence manufacturer BAE Systems, to provide full logistics and warehousing services in support of its UK shipbuilding operations.
Producing a 15.65m longer semi-trailer that complies with manoeuvrability rules is one thing; building one that is a genuinely practical, real-world proposition is a different matter. So says Professor David Cebon, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Cambridge and director of Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium (CVDC), a collaboration between the university and industry.
The MT basket of transport shares continues to have a little wobble in September, but it is worth keeping in mind just how much share values of transport firms have risen in the nine months of the year so far – pointing towards a more sustained recovery in the sector.