The temperature-controlled logistics haulier says the extra vehicles form part of the company’s long-term investment programme, following new business wins and extended contract renewals.
Malcolm Johnstone, MD at Grimsby-based ACS&T, says: “In recent months, we have secured a series of new clients and negotiated new, extended contracts with several long-term customers, including Young’s Seafood and 3663.
“Over the next six months our investment programme will continue to expand our resources as we find customers’ businesses have grown in line with our service offering.”
ACS&T operates from four hubs in Grimsby, Wolverhampton, Tewkesbury and Scarborough, and runs 12 cold stores and three ambient stores. The business is split into three operating divisions: temperature controlled; production support; and complete packing.