Kinaxia Logistics

William Kirk is part of the Kinaxia Logistics group of companies.

Kinaxia Logistics is a group of businesses that operate and work together within the UK haulage and warehouse sector.

Kinaxia Logistics was formed in 2012 by Peter Fields and Graham Norfolk, with the acquisition of Bay Freight Limited. Since then, with the latest addition of David Hathaway Transport Ltd, it has acquired a total of twelve companies, and looks to continue to increase its UK coverage by making further acquisitions.

The vision of Kinaxia Logistics is to build a flexible and efficient, service-focused, haulage and warehousing group through investment in, and partnership with, medium-sized, profitable, growing privately owned companies across the UK.

Kinaxia maintains the local identity of companies that join the Group but implements common systems and processes at an operational level. As a result, Kinaxia companies form part of a family that works together with a core purpose of enhancing customer service and increasing efficiency.

Across the Group, Kinaxia Logistics has around 1,800 staff with a total turnover of £190 million/year. It operates 850 vehicles and has 1.9 million square foot of warehouse space.

Companies within Kinaxia Logistics include Bay Freight Limited, William Kirk Limited, NC Cammack & Sons Limited, Foulger Transport Limited, Lambert Brothers Haulage Limited, Panic Transport (Contracts) Limited, Maiden’s of Telford Limited, Mark Thompson Transport Limited, AKW Global Logistics, Fresh Freight Group and David Hathaway Ltd.

The map below shows the company locations across the UK, to find out more about each company, go to our Kinaxia Logistics website.