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Lockwood sign storage contract with 2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG)

Posted on: June 21st, 2019 by The Lockwood Group Team

Lockwood Haulage are pleased to announce a major new business win with 2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG).

A 5 year contract has been signed after a in depth tender process that will see Lockwood Haulage store goods on behalf of 2SFG brands Matthew Walker, Foxes Biscuits and Gunstones Bakery, Lockwood have been working with Matthew Walker for eight years so are already aware of the high service levels required for the additional Foxes and Gunstones business.

Simon Irons –  2SFG Supply Chain Director commented “We have worked with Lockwood Haulage for several years now and have been impressed by their competitive, reliable and high quality service”

The additional business will be housed at Lockwood Haulage new 110,000 sg ft 22,000 pallet space warehouse facility in Denby, Derbyshire


New warehouse looking good !!

Posted on: April 17th, 2019 by The Lockwood Group Team

New warehouse taking shape and is looking good!!


New Warehouse update

Posted on: January 16th, 2019 by The Lockwood Group Team

New warehouse two months off completion

New warehouse two months off completion

New office block

New office block

Canopy in progress

Canopy in progress

New warehouse build with eight loading docks and four drive in doors

New warehouse build with eight loading docks and four drive in doors

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View of office and warehouse


New 110,000 sq foot warehouse progressing nicely !!

Posted on: October 22nd, 2018 by The Lockwood Group Team

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Lockwood Haulage – fleet is currently 74.4% euro 6 vehicles

Posted on: July 27th, 2018 by The Lockwood Group Team

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There are many benefits of a Euro 6 standard diesel engine … Increased Efficiency -As manufacturers have to make sure engines are as efficient as possible to meet standards they provide the added bonus of producing increasingly fuel efficient engines and so increasingly cost efficient engines.  On average a diesel engine will have up to 30% better fuel economy compared to a similar petrol engine. Reduced CO2 -On average a diesel engine will produce up to 25% less CO2 than a petrol version so companies can reduce their carbon footprint.  As road tax is currently calculated by CO2 emissions a diesel engine could be more cost effective. Future Proofing – Diesel engines have been getting bad press lately, but a distinction is made between old diesel engines and new diesel engines.  The future of older diesel engines is unclear but is likely to include extra costs to discourage use.  For example London Mayor Sadiq Khan would like to charge older diesel engines an extra £10 to drive in the capital on top of the usual congestion zone.


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