Fred Sherwood & Sons (Transport) saw revenues grow by 2% to £34.6m last year, but the bulk haulage firm said Covid-19 had since had an adverse impact on the business. Accounts for the Leicestershire family firm, for the year ending 31 March 2020, showed that pre-tax profits also increased by 22.4% to £762,000 after an unrealised gain of £150,000 on revaluation of investment property. The company added that its property portfolio continued to provide a steady income return. In its […]
Trading at Maxi Haulage was “very satisfactory” last year, as the Scottish firm continued to invest in its fleet and reduce costs.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Motor Transport looks at the ways operators can build new business and benefit from government support schemes. John Kendal reports.
COVID-19 has changed life as we know it. Health and safety has never been more essential and implementing the necessary precautions, like social distancing, has taken its toll on everyone to varying degrees.