Eddie Stobart Logistics has announced that revenue rose from £549m to £624m for the 12 months to the end of November.
The Warrington-headquartered company saw sales hit £623.9m in the 12 months to November 30 2017, up from £570.2m the previous year.
During the period, Eddie Stobart acquired several transport and logistics companies, including iForce, Speedy Freight and Logistic People.
Alex Laffey, the firm’s chief executive, commented: “We have made good progress in implementing our strategy of becoming a leading provider of end-to-end supply chain solutions.
“This has been demonstrated by our performance over the past 12 months, especially within our two key growth sectors, manufacturing, industrial and bulk, and e-commerce.
“Overall we are pleased with our progress in 2017. The new financial year has started well and in line with the board’s expectations.”
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