Sheffield logistics firm celebrate record sales

14th January 2015

Sheffield-based haulage company DBL Logistics is celebrating the first anniversary of its move to a new warehouse facility with a 32 per cent increase in sales.

The company has seen substantial growth since its move to its new £2million Huntsman Depot on Tinsley Park Road. Staff numbers have increased from 25 to 33, including three additional warehouse staff, two drivers and three office staff members, with plans to hire up to an additional four employees by the middle of the year. David Clarkson, who became managing director of DBL Logistics in 1998, taking over from his father Bert who founded the business 30 years ago as Yorkshire Distribution Services, said: -I am delighted to see DBL Logistics go from strength to strength. -The move to a new facility has played a massive part in our success over the last 12 months as it has enabled us to grow the business further. As a result, we have enjoyed one of our best years to date. DBL Logistics is a founding member of the United Pallet Network (UPN), which has more than 65 depots throughout the UK and delivers into 26 countries across Europe. Dave added: -It's an exciting time for DBL Logistics and the future looks extremely bright. -The company has changed a lot during the last 30 years and has adapted successfully to ensure we continue to provide a modern, professional and family-friendly service to all our customers. -The commitment of our staff and dedication to the company will ensure that we will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. For more information about DBL Logistics visit, call 0114 256 1404 or follow @DBLlogistics on Twitter.

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