Services provided by Carl Wright Haulage & Plant

About Carl Wright Haulage and Plant Ltd

Carl Wright Haulage & Plant is run by Managing Director Carl Wright, and the company maintains a family feel, offering core traditional values of trust and co-operation. The Wright family name has been synonymous in the East Midlands haulage industry for many years and under current management, the company has grown to become a leading haulage contractor.

Based in Kirkby-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, the business is ideally located with easy access to the M1 motorway and surrounding trunk roads. Whilst offering its core services to the local area, the company also operates in a much larger geographical area, and is capable of offering services nationally. From one-off deliveries of topsoil to large scale earthworks projects, the company aims to satisfy customers’ expectations, regardless of scale.

How it all beganIn addition to the main haulage yard, the company operates it's own waste transfer station at Hucknall, where waste streams are recycled to produce a range of quality topsoils, sands, fill material and aggregates including 6F class materials and Type 1 graded material. Materials can be produced to order, and where required can be supplied with certification for SHW compliance.

Furthermore, the company operates its own exclusive waste facilities in the Midlands, accepting C&D and other waste streams suitable for recovery.

 

The company considers Health & Safety to be fundamental to its business. In addition to employing qualified staff and investment in training and development, the company is accredited by safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety.

 

Please contact our office for full details about any of our services.

 Carl Wright Haulage & Plant is accredited by safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety

safecontractor

 

 

Carl Wright Haulage & Plant is a member of the Freight Transport Association

Freight Transport Association

 

 CITB

CITB