We are pleased to announce today, the acquisition of John Raymond Transport Limited, a long established UK Based Transport, Warehousing & Distribution Company with operating centres in Bridgend, Cannock and Swindon.
John Raymond Transport Limited, a business having 63 years of experience, will be now be part of the Nolan Group. Together with the Nolan Groups 50 plus years of experience this gives us over a century combined years of experience. This presents new opportunities for both businesses to complement each other and provide customers with other services and opportunities to further grow their businesses with us.
This acquisition will help our organisation to continue its growth within the UK. We welcome John Raymond Transport Limited to the Nolan Group. www.jrt.co.uk
We attended the Wexford Business Awards 2017 which were run
by the Wexford Chamber of Commerce last Friday night. Nolan Transport was
extremely successful on the night.
Following the application and interview process, we were shortlisted for two awards, the Wexford Large Company of the Year and the Wexford Export & Logistics Award. The competition in both categories was very tough, with well-known companies from a diverse business range such as Pettit Group, BNY Mellon, Atlantis Seafood Wexford and The Griffin Group some of the finalists in the Large Business category.
We were very pleasantly surprised to win both the awards!
Wexford Large Company of the Year sponsored by PwC
Winner: Nolan TransportJoint Runner Up: Pettitt GroupJoint Runner Up: Griffin Group
Wexford Export & Logistics Award sponsored by Rosslare Europort
Winner: Nolan TransportJoint Runner Up: ScurriJoint Runner Up: Rochefreight Ireland Limited
The final award of the night was for the Overall Business of th…
The Christmas Jumpers came in all shapes, sizes, price ranges and DIY specials;
We sold an array of cupcakes, minced pies and mulled wine (also had a few gluten free option for the gluten intolerant folk in the office) and have raised over €350 for the cause so far.
About Wexford Marine Watch
‘Wexford MarineWatch’ was established in December 2012 primarily to try and combat a long epidemic of suicides in the Wexford Harbour and Bridge areas – one of the longest bridges in Ireland today at over 580 metres.
Most of these individuals are not recovered in time and get swept away by the very strong tidal flows in the Harbour. This often results in drawn out lengthy searches, sometimes without success – resulting in distress for the families, the relatives, the search teams and the wider community.