Buyout boost for Nightfreight

July 2004
Commercial Motor;7/8/2004, Vol. 200 Issue 5087, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the growth in the value of Nightfreight Group following its second sale to management as of July 2004. Original purchaser of the group; Number of depots and vehicles owned by the company; Value of the company during its first sale and its second sale; Business performance of the company after its first procurement according to chief executive Rob Kelly.


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