Diversified portfolio helps Wm Armstrong (Longtown) deliver improved profit despite pandemic challenges
Wm Armstrong (Longtown) managed to boost pre-tax profit in 2020/21 in the face of a variety of challenges, including its Authorised Testing Facility being forced to cease trading due to DVSA cancelling testing during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
The Carlisle-based company, which has operating licences for 178 trucks and 385 trailers, has two subsidiaries – Cumbria Truck Centre and Armstrong Trucks.
It specialises in general haulage and distribution, livestock transport, specialist tanker haulage and is a founder member of Palletforce. […]
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