Redhead Freight is continuing to make progress after its acquisition by Schenker, which saw the reverse integration of loss-making DB Schenker Logistics into the business. Reporting its annual results to 31 December 2017, the Bradford-based company revealed that turnover had risen 12% in the year to £64.6m (2016: £56.7m). Its annual pre-tax loss improved by almost two thirds to £939,103 (2016: loss of £2.8m). The purchase of a 75% share of Redhead Freight’s parent company in December 2015 by Schenker, […]
Container haulier Macintyre Transport has reported a 26% rise in profits on the back of extending the working life of some of its vehicles.
Family-run Lincolnshire haulage firm Brit-Pol has secured a £2.5m invoice discounting facility, enabling it to extend its export and import markets and establish a new office in Poland.
Redhead International has officially opened its new depot in Northern Ireland’s Mallusk. The opening ceremony on 27 July was performed by Northern Ireland’s executive minister for regional development, Danny Kennedy. The new 33,000ft² facility features a 20-tonne overhead crane for heavy lifting, as well as office space. Redhead international’s director of Ireland and Scotland Mark Cosgrove says: “While we have had this type of capability in Great Britain and Dublin for many years, the new Mallusk depot will allow us […]