Reader Haulage, the East Yorkshire general, bulk and abnormal loads specialist, has closed its doors in a managed wind-down after 48 years of business. The company, part of the Reader Group, had been steadily reducing its fleet from 15 HGVs and 20 trailers until it surrendered its standard international licence to the office of the traffic commissioner earlier this year. The remaining group divisions, vehicle maintenance and bulk discharge systems unit Reader Services and warehousing side Reader Storage, continue trading […]
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