ARR Craib Transport Limited hands over branded truck cabs to key customers

December 17, 2012

ARR Craib Transport Limited has cemented its long-standing relationships with energy services companies Hunting Energy Services Ltd and ITS Energy Services by commissioning two branded vehicles bearing their corporate livery.

ARR Craib, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has worked with Hunting for several years and provides services to the business on an exclusive permanent contract basis, while its contract with ITS is for a three-year period.

ARR Craib, which also operates out of Cumbernauld in central Scotland and Eaglescliffe in the north of England, personalises vehicles and trailers for a number of its key customers, including food manufacturers Baxters of Speyside and Robertson Timberkit Homes.

Eddie Anderson, managing director of ARR Craib, says, We have worked very closely with both Hunting and ITS Energy Services over the past couple of years, and we felt it was important to underline our commitment to further strengthen our relationship by providing these branded vehicles.

We provide transportation and logistics services to a wide customer base, but many of our key clients operate within the oil services sector. This area has been the primary driver of our continued growth over the past two years and we believe that we will continue to increase our market share in this sector in the years to come.

Alison Williamson, marketing co-ordinator at Hunting Energy Services, adds, A reliable transportation and logistics company like ARR Craib is vital to our business to ensure we meet the expectations of our customers. We are delighted to extend our contract with them and look forward to continuing this partnership.

Graeme Oliphant, general manager at ITS Energy Services, says, We are pleased to have a branded truck on the road and are glad that we have good working relationship with ARR Craib, which has always provided us with a first class service.

ARR Craib Transport Ltd provides transport and logistics services within the local, radial, UK and international transport markets.  The company operates more than 250 vehicles and 500 trailers controlled from bases and distribution hubs at Aberdeen, Cumbernauld, and Eaglescliffe, and employs over 350 people.  Services include rail freight and rail terminal management, warehousing, material handling, facilities management and manpower provision.  Enterprise Freight is a freight forwarding division based in Cumbernauld which specialises in international movements.  More information can be found at