Wincanton has landed a three-year contract with garden landscaping products manufacturer Kelkay which sees it “seamlessly embedded” in its client business. Under the new contract, Wincanton will provide Kelkay with store deliveries, fleet provision and maintenance, planning, scheduling and compliance. The new contract will also see the group manage the movement of around 20,000 orders per year from Kelkay’s site in Pollington, East Yorkshire, for distribution to over 2,000 retail locations across the UK and Ireland. Wincanton will operate from […]
Welcome to the fourth edition of Motor Transport’s Power Players – the list of the 20 people we believe have the most influence, and exert the most control, over the road transport industry.
The MT basket of transport shares continues to have a little wobble in September, but it is worth keeping in mind just how much share values of transport firms have risen in the nine months of the year so far – pointing towards a more sustained recovery in the sector.
Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has hit back at Wincanton’s claims this week that it has withdrawn its interest in bidding for the company due to a lack of financial information, insisting it gave Wincanton “extensive due diligence commensurate with its status as a strategic competitor”.