Haulage Exchange is helping haulage companies increase their profitability, streamline their operations and maximise their fleet’s efficiency. Read our case studies below and see how the Exchange helped member haulage companies grow and enhance their business.

John Smith Haulage

Started in April 2006, John Smith Haulage Limited is a well-established haulage company with a proven track record. The Haulage Exchange has helped the company run their day-to-day operations more efficiently, here’s how…

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Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

Started with one man in 1871, Hellman Worldwide Logistics is now a worldwide company with a network of 19,300 in 443 branches in 157 countries.

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NOC Express Haulage & Courier Services

The company was founded by Pete Bryden in 1987, who identified an increasing demand in the haulage industry for a dedicated vehicle/driver for every consignment. This dedicated approach has been at the core of the business ever since.

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Blue Whale Logistics

Company director John Sutton started operating as an independent ‘man and van’ courier before he founded Blue Whale Logistics in 2007. After turning over a quarter of a million in the first year Blue Whale Logistics was set up, it has since established itself as a highly successful and reliable logistics and haulage company in the industry.

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FAT Solutions

Here’s a case study on a member of the Exchange, FAT Solutions, and how their business grew creating more haulage jobs and opportunities

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Raymond Brown Haulage

Being his own boss is a dream come true for Raymon Brown Haulage founder Nick Brown. After the business’ two year anniversary and plans for expansion he may find himself being somebody else’s boss soon.

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Direct Connect Logistics Ltd

Direct Connect Logistics was set up by Managing Director, Rhys Hackling in early September 2014 with only two personnel. This number doubled by November, with plans to grow further over the next six months.

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