Wind turbine towers measuring 75m high and 49-metre blades have featured in Collett Transport’s most recent transport challenge, as it moves 120 components from Glasgow to the Solwaybank windfarm. The heavy and abnormal load specialist is delivering the parts from the King George V Dock to the farm 12km north of Gretna in Dumfries and Galloway. Read more Collett & Sons transports turbine and generator to waste site The haulier said it was relying on four axle extendable flat trailers […]
Tarmac’s plan to roll out new-night time shift rates will slash operators’ earnings and add further pressure to firms already struggling to survive the pandemic, hauliers warned this week.
Aberdeen-based ARR Craib Transport has said that the falling price of oil in 2014 did not stop its growth last year, as it leaned on food and drink and construction and building customers. In the year-ending 31 March 2015 turnover rose to £52.8, from £46.1m in the previous year, while pre-tax profit was flat at £1.69m.
Lockwood Haulage reported a 3.7% increase in turnover last year, which it attributed to investments in its fleet and its warehouse capacity.