A.W. Jenkinson Transport Limited is one of the UK’s largest providers of haulage, distribution and logistics services. The Company was incorporated in 2014, having previously been part of A.W. Jenkinson Forest Products, formed in the 1960s. The Transport fleet now enables the A.W. Jenkinson group of businesses to handle nearly four million tonnes of roundwood, woodchips, shavings, bark and other timber co-products every year.
In addition, the Company has developed its third-party customer base and with continued investment is able to carry a wide range of loads for some of the UK’s most successful businesses.
The Company remains wholly owned by Allan Jenkinson and is run by a board of directors who take day to day responsibility for the successful operation of the business – their wealth of experience ensuring the provision of efficient, reliable, cost-effective logistics, with a swift and professional service guaranteed.
Although historically A.W. Jenkinson Transport has focussed mainly on the haulage of wood co-products, continuous investment in the fleet means that we are now able to provide a variety of services, including the loading of pallets onto our extensive fleet of walking floor trailers. Take a look at our newest video to see just how easy we make this for our customers.
Please get in touch if you feel we can help your operation by emailing or to chat to one of our team please call 01931712644 / 07920161028
We have been helping to reinforce the NHS’s Stay at Home message by displaying it on two of our trailers. One is based at our headquarters in Clifton near Penrith and the other at the Runcorn depot.
Many congratulations to Allister Imrie, a mechanic at A.W. Jenkinson Transport in Lockerbie. The 25-year-old from Carluke has passed his C&E driving licence,
A.W. Jenkinson Transport Ltd is now offering a range of fully accredited first aid and health & safety courses from its Training and Development Centre at the Eden Business Park on Gilwilly
A.W. Jenkinson Transport Limited would like to congratulate Aiden Nelson and Liam Bell on completing their apprenticeship with a distinction. Aiden and Liam are A.W. Jenkinson’s first