Diversified portfolio helps Wm Armstrong (Longtown) deliver improved profit despite pandemic challenges

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. […][1]


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