British Sugar has agreed to make changes to its haulage scheme after alienating some operators by encouraging capacity investment with no guarantee of tonnage. An independent analysis of British Sugar’s industry harvesting and haulage scheme (IHHS) found that resulting bad feeling was repeated annually, with each new cycle of selection negotiations. The IHHS was set up to provide transport and harvest services to growers, but concerns regarding the operation of the scheme led to British Sugar and the National Farmers […]
Suttons Tankers, part of Suttons Group, said it is in its “best interests” to walk away from its eight-year relationship with British Sugar when its contract expires later this year.
Suttons Group is spending more than £17m upgrading 200 units on its fleet to provide capacity for the recent growth in its UK bulk tanker business.
Struggling M and J Haulage threw in the towel after learning client British Sugar was to reduce its work, report reveals
Major sugar beet haulier M and J Haulage collapsed into administration due to a heavy reliance on finance to fund investments, low margins and the prospect of less work from British Sugar, according to KPMG.