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 […]
Stobart Group reported an increase in turnover and profit in its transport and distribution unit in its final year as a fully-owned division of the business.
The boss of Wincanton has praised the Fuso eCanter, describing it as the “first commercially viable” electric truck and pledging to add more to the 3PL’s home delivery fleet.
Wincanton is set to offer its customers a wider choice of delivery options after forging a partnership with technology provider Sorted.