Gloucestershire’s John Hackling Transport increased turnover last year by 3.2% to £17.5m. Latest financial figures for the Palletline member show that for the year ending 30 September 2019, gross profit also increased by 2% to £4.3m, although pre-tax profit reduced by almost £1m to £205,558. Haulage accounted for the bulk of Hackling’s revenues, with £15.4m generated last year; storage and handling made up the remainder. In its financial report the company, which holds a standard international licence for 75 HGVs […]
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