Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has received a “highly preliminary expression of interest” from former boss Andrew Tinkler who ran the company for a decade until 2014. The move comes only days after ESL revealed it had received a separate takeover bid from one of its current shareholders, Dbay Advisors. Dbay bought 51% of the ESL business from Tinkler five years ago. It is understood Tinkler is interested in participating in a refinancing of ESL which could involve a takeover bid. […]
This isn’t an editor’s picks, it isn’t an analysis of the most important news in the industry in the past 12 months – these are the most-read stories on Motortransport.co.uk. It is what our loyal readers wanted to read from the thousands of stories we published in 2013. Thanks for reading, and we’ll keep delivering bigger and better next year!
Eddie Stobart national distribution centre gets go-ahead but local opposition calls for government veto
Eddie Stobart Logistics’ plans to build a £75m national distribution centre on green belt land at Appleton Thorn has won the backing of Warrington Borough Council but local councils opposed to the scheme are calling on the Secretary of State to veto the decision.
This year, 3PLs have won millions in new and renewed business from retailers, manufacturers and service providers in the UK and beyond; some more business than others. Motortransport.co.uk takes a look at 2013’s top contract wins.