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Wincanton Wins Contract With Stuffstr
Wincanton Sees FY Results To Be In Line With Market Expectations
Wincanton Renews Contract With Müller For Collection And Delivery Of Milk Products
Wincanton plc is a provider of supply chain solutions. The Company operates through two segments: Retail & Consumer, and Industrial & Transport. Its Retail & Consumer segment focuses on consumer products business and brings to customers through the entire supply chain from producer to retailer, and Industrial & Transport segment focuses on an integrated and optimized transport operation, and includes Containers business and Pullman business. Its Pullman business provides transport and fleet services. The Company provides its services to a range of sectors, such as retail, which includes fashion logistics, e-commerce, food, health and beauty, leisure and lifestyle, consumer electronics and paper products, as well as manufacturing, which includes water, milk and bulk food, construction, consumer goods, energy and defense. The Company provides a range of services, including road transport, warehousing and value added services. Its value added services include packaging and consultancy.
Martin P. Read
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Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
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Wincanton Plc <WIN.L> is mulling a possible merger with Eddie Stobart Logistics Plc <ESLE.L>, the two companies said on Friday, in what could create one of Britain's largest logistics company.
Wincanton Plc said on Friday it was mulling a possible offer for Eddie Stobart Logistics Plc and said it was performing due diligence on the company and its assets.
Gatemore Capital Management has built a stake in Wincanton <WIN.L> and called on the British logistics company to break itself up by selling one of its two divisions, according to a letter sent by Gatemore to its own investors.
Gatemore Capital Management has built a stake in Wincanton and called on the British logistics company to break itself up by selling one of its two divisions, according to a letter sent by Gatemore to its own investors.
* Extension to maturity of its main banking facility from June 2019 to October 2021
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