Management buy-out completes at Hull’s Atlas Leisure Homes

A second management buy out in three years has been completed at Hull-based Atlas Leisure Homes. The £ 38 million turnover operation, an employer of 460 people, has seen huge growth in the period, with the surging staycation market that emerged during the pandemic showing no signs of slowing. Shareholder, sales and marketing director, Philip … Read more

Liberty Steel secures time with Greensill as debt rstructuring continues

Liberty Steel Group has entered into a standstill agreement with Greensill Bank. It pauses all enforcement actions between the South Yorkshire headquartered business and the subsidiary of the collapsed financial institution as it focuses on recovery. Greensill Bank, part of Greensill Capital, is Liberty’s largest creditor on the business’s debt facilities, provided in 2019. Read … Read more

Seafood cluster’s central role in government food strategy celebrated

Seafood’s central role in the government’s food strategy has been welcomed in the UK’s fish processing capital. The sector and the town’s position as the leading hub for the industry was flagged up in the policy paper, released this week by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. It aims to deliver a “prosperous … Read more

Myenergi plugs in to the Mariners as a new shirt sponsor and key community partner

Rapidly growing renewable technology specialist Myenergi will be the new business powering Grimsby Town on as they return to the English Football League. The thriving local company behind the market-leading Zappi electric vehicle charger is putting its name on the Mariners’ shirts, securing a three year deal with the club. It takes over from Young’s … Read more

Motorhome sales pull back to near pre-pandemic levels for Auto-Trail

Grimsby motorhome manufacturer Auto-Trail has seen sales return to near pre-pandemic levels as demand outstretched supply. Despite a strong return for the Europarc team, directors were frustrated by Covid-linked supply chain challenges. Turnover was up 36 per cent from £ 48.7 million to £ 66.2 million, with margins also significantly healthier, up from 9.5 per … Read more

‘A forum to showcase British rail innovation to the globe’ – via Goole – praise for RaisE at launch

An £ 8.1 million pound business center at the heart of Goole’s emerging rail village has been described as the ‘forum to showcase the very best of British innovation to the rest of the world’. Rail Accelerator and Innovation Solutions hub for Enterprise has been officially opened, with more than 150 guests joining representatives from … Read more