Clipper Logistics’ e-commerce service revenues have surpassed traditional freight forwarding services, during another strong half-year performance by the UK logistics operator.
Chairman Steve Parkin congratulated his team on the results for the six months to October, adding the company was “exceptionally well placed” to benefit from e-commerce growth.
“We continue to be well-placed to benefit from continuing migration to online retailing and the increasing propensity for consumers to choose click-and-collect services,” he said.
“And we …
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