Abbey Logistics Group made a pre-tax loss of £3.6m for the year ended June 2018, after taking short-term pain for long-term gain as part of its self-set target to achieve an annual turnover of £100m by 2022. Turnover from continuing activities – stripping out its discontinued general haulage and Pallet-Track work – was up 28% to £61.7m (2017: £48.4m) in the period. The company attributed this to several new contract wins and the acquisition of Armet Logistics in 2017. Abbey […]
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Abbey Logistics Group will close its general haulage and pallet network business to concentrate on the tanker business where it first made its name.
Liverpool-based tanker operator Abbey Logistics Group has begun sending unaccompanied tank containers to mainland Europe via Zeebrugge for one of its food ingredient customers in order to avoid ongoing migrant problems in northern France.