The owner of trucking business Eddie Stobart has returned to profitability and set an accounting scandal that rocked the business guiding it, the business claimed.
GreenWhiteStar Acquisitions (GWSA), the holding business of Eddie Stobart, claimed the haulier had benefited from the pandemic as need from clients greater.
The business included that it had left outdated decline-making contracts and signed new types – most not long ago announcing a offer to shuttle products involving Morrisons’ distribution centres and outlets.
Other wins include things like Hillebrand and McBride in the United kingdom, with Nike and Amazon employing the products and services of its EU business, it included.
GWSA govt chairman William Stobart claimed: “These results clearly show we have set earlier problems firmly guiding us.
“The earlier six months have revealed the toughness of our differentiated business model, which has allowed us to improve current consumer associations, acquire new business, return the GWSA Group to profitability and defeat problems introduced by Covid-19.