Schenker to take over Redhead International

DB Schenker Logistics is to take a three-quarter share of Redhead International and will combine its UK road-activities in a joint venture with the forwarding company in early 2016. The two businesses will be merged in a reverse integration and will trade as Redhead International under its management team. Schenker envisages that it will take over the remaining 25% of Redhead after four years. The takeover is subject to regulatory approval. The ... [+]

Second time lucky for Redhead rider

Redhead International’s Archie Ormondroyd has completed a sponsored motorbike ride around the Lake District to help Zoe Firth. She suffers from a rare chromosome abnormality called Long Arm Three and is unable to speak or hear, is partially blind and has spondolosis of the spine, a heart defect and epilepsy. Zoe’s ... [+]

Hazchem goes European

The Hazchem Network, the UK’s only dedicated pallet network for hazardous chemical distribution has recruited two new members - P&O Ferrymasters and Redhead International. Together with existing Hazchem member Dachser of Germany, they will help Hazchem to extend its UK single and multiple pallet services to 24 countries in Europe. Hazchem managing ... [+]

Redhead opens new Ulster hub

Logistics specialist Redhead International officially opened its new Northern Ireland depot in Mallusk, on 27 July. The opening ceremony was performed by Northern Ireland’s executive minister for regional development, Danny Kennedy MLA. The new 33,000 square foot facility has warehousing and order fulfilment capabilities and a 20-ton overhead crane. Redhead international’s director ... [+]

Redhead in Bristol

Independent logistics company Redhead International has opened a new depot in Bristol. It will give quicker and easier access to the company’s services to over 40 counties. Redhead’s Mark Price who will be managing the new operation said: “The new Bristol depot will be a valuable resource not only to ... [+]

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