Eddie Stobart Logistics’ growth continued at a gallop in the first six months to 31 May 2018, driven by a mix of acquisitions, new contract wins and retained business. Turnover increased by more than a quarter (25.3%) in the period to £359.3m (2017: £286.8m). The operator’s acquisitions continued to perform strongly – iForce sales increased 20% and Speedy Freight’s by 52% in the period – but organic growth was robust too. Eddie Stobart Logistics said it had seen strong growth […]
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