“Consolidation and polarisation” on the cards for UK haulage industry as driver shortages continue

December 19, 2018 Gavin van Marle

The UK’s haulage industry is likely to become far more concentrated in the hand of fewer operators, which have the scale to handle the myriad challenges the industry is facing, according to new analysis from road freight aggregator Ontruck.
“The industry is becoming increasingly polarised with larger operators completing acquisitions and dominating the marketplace, whilst other operators are reducing fleets and becoming increasingly reliant on multiple subcontractors,” said Ontruck head of ...

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