Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has labelled the premature end of its Concrete Products Division contract with Aggregate Industries (AI) as “regrettable” in a letter to affected staff. Last month motortransport.co.uk revealed that Aggregate Industries had ended its partnership with the haulier just over two years into a five-year deal and appointed Wincanton in its place. ESL had been moving finished products from the Bradstone, Charcon and Masterblock product ranges for AI from 14 UK sites, having replaced previous incumbent XPO […]
Wincanton is continuing its fleet expansion at pace with the addition of 21 Renault Range Ts for its construction division and 85 for its container business.
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.