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About Hollingworth and Moss

Hollingworth and Moss is a bookbinding and digitization specialist. On January 26th, 2021, Hollingworth and Moss merged with Spink & Thackray.

Headquarters Location

Manor Street Industrial Estate Enfield Terrace

Leeds, England, LS7 1RG,

United Kingdom



Latest Hollingworth and Moss News

Hull Uni’s Logistics Institute improving freight haulage with Kraft Heinz

Jan 29, 2021

29th January 2021 The University of Hull’s Logistics Institute is working with global food giant, Kraft Heinz, to improve freight haulage of its products across Europe.The Logistics... 29th January 2021 Business confidence in Yorkshire remained steady month-on-month in January, remaining at -4% overall, according to the latest Business Barometer from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.Companies... 29th January 2021 York PR and digital agency The Partners Group has started the year with a hat-trick of new client wins.The firm has been appointed by... 28th January 2021 The West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) are offering advice and support to help businesses across the region adapt... 28th January 2021 SMEs that have suffered due to COVID-19 don’t expect to recover to pre-pandemic levels until summer 2022, according to research from Santander UK.With the... 29th January 2021 The South Yorkshire economy will be £7.6 billion GVA richer by 2041 after the twenty-year Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) was approved.The SEP sets out... 29th January 2021 Leeds-based private equity firm, Comhar Capital, has made a £10 million investment in furniture manufacturer and retailer, Bazaar Group.Through the investment Comhar Capital has... 28th January 2021 bf1systems, a provider of electronic and electrical solutions for the motorsport and automotive industries, and BGF portfolio company, has acquired KA Sensors as part... 28th January 2021 Established bookbinders, Hollingworth and Moss and Leeds-based Spink and Thackray, have officially merged following an acquisition.Richard Hollingworth acquired Spink & Thackray back in 2018... 27th January 2021 Vapour has made a six-figure target in its toolkit amid a trio of new industry collaborations as the Elland-based cloud tech specialist targets £7... 28th January 2021 O&H Vehicle Technology has become the first ambulance manufacturer in the UK to be fully self-sufficient, having brought all aspects of its production process... 27th January 2021 Two thirds of UK manufacturing businesses are planning to introduce dual or multi-sourcing for key components in an effort to avoid the supply disruptions... 22nd January 2021 Manufacturing output stabilised in the quarter to January, following fifteen consecutive months of decline, according to the latest CBI quarterly Industrial Trends Survey.The survey... 15th January 2021 The Regal Food Group has secured £89,391 of grant support from the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (the LEP) towards the expansion of its production facility and is creating 30 new jobs.Regal Foods is a well-established food manufacturer that has... 12th January 2021 Welded steel mesh manufacturer Siddall and Hilton Products is investing £2 million in new specialised machinery as the firm celebrates its 125th anniversary.The investment,... 28th January 2021 The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed Suzanne Withrington to the role of education and skills ambassador for Yorkshire and the North East.Suzanne is... 27th January 2021 Clem McDowell has been appointed as the new Director of Leeds-based Chartered Surveyors Carter Towler.Mr McDowell joins the company’s office agency team where he... 26th January 2021 Digital marketing veteran Chris Underhill has been appointed as chair of Leeds-based marketing automation platform, Force24.The appointment forms part of a strategic plan to... 22nd January 2021 Tissue Regenix, the AIM listed regenerative medical devices company, has appointed David Cocke as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Director to the Board with... 21st January 2021 Sewell Group has appointed Jo Barnes as its new Managing Director of Sewell Estates.The appointment comes following another successful year for the Sewell Estates... 28th January 2021 Ken Mills Engineering Ltd has been fined for safety breaches after a 48-year-old worker suffered a life-threatening injury.Leeds Crown Court heard that on 9... 25th January 2021 The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is calling for £120 million of Government investment over the next six years to protect the region against flooding.The... 22nd January 2021 Hull-based internet service provider (ISP) purebroadband has joined CityFibre’s full fibre networks to deliver Gigabit home broadband services across the North of England.purebroadband was... 20th January 2021 The West Yorkshire Combined Authority has launched a public engagement into plans to build a new rail station on the existing Harrogate line, between... 18th January 2021 Local contractor, Horsman Construction has begun the new year by launching The Horsman Foundation which aims to support charities that help children and young... 4th January 2021 The Chair and Chief Executive of Bradford-based Manningham Housing Association (MHA) have said that 2021 can bring “better times for people of all ages”... 15th June 2020 With lockdown restrictions continuing to ease, many businesses are preparing for life in the ‘new normal’. The impact of COVID-19 ranges by industry and... 11th June 2020 The CBI has laid out a health-first recovery plan that it said would help secure a jobs-rich, fair and sustainable future for the UK... 16th April 2020 A Yorkshire vet has called on Boris Johnson not to proceed with plans to heavily restrict access to the UK labour market for so-called... 8th April 2020 A Sheffield industrialist has spoken out in support of the region's many SMEs which are struggling to keep going during the coronavirus pandemic.James Harding-Terry,... Credit: Rihardzz The University of Hull’s Logistics Institute is working with global food giant, Kraft Heinz, to improve freight haulage of its products across Europe. The Logistics Institute is a partner in the Liverpool-Humber Optimisation of Freight Transport project – designed to revolutionise the haulage of Kraft Heinz products from the Netherlands to the company’s National Distribution Centre in Wigan. With carbon efficiency at the heart of the project, the partnership saw a trial train test the feasibility of delivering Kraft Heinz products by rail to Wigan. The rail trial proved to be a success, and Kraft Heinz – behind brands such as Capri Sun, Philadelphia and HP Sauce – is now considering whether to build on the findings of the study. Professor Amar Ramudhin, Director of the University of Hull’s Logistics Institute, said: “The University of Hull is at the forefront of accelerating a net zero future. “The collaborative transport modelling and optimisation platform developed by the University’s Logistics Institute is based on academic insight and has played a key role in the LHOFT project, enriching the analysis that is used to visualise, interpret and compare freight movement options. “This allows objective evaluation of the freight movement options. For example, the Wigan rail route opens up new opportunities for goods owners and service providers to collaborate to develop new, lower carbon transport routes.” The Innovate UK-sponsored Liverpool-Humber Optimisation of Freight Transport (LHOFT) project features with partners Kraft Heinz, the University of Hull and Oxford Rail Strategies. It seeks to develop an intermodal rail freight solution for the haulage of products from Elst (in the Netherlands) to the Kraft Heinz National Distribution Centre at Wigan. Following consultation with leading UK rail freight operator Freightliner, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc.(G&W) and Network Rail, a trial train was arranged to test and evaluate the feasibility of delivering Kraft Heinz products by rail to Wigan. Operating overnight, the trial was considered a complete success and Kraft Heinz will now be considering whether to build on the findings of the trial going forward. Emma Dempsey, Chief Commercial Officer for G&W’s UK/Europe Region companies, said: “Freightliner is always at the forefront of developing innovative, bespoke solutions to allow more freight to be moved by rail and all the associated environmental benefits that brings. “As the largest operator of carbon neutral traction, we are continually developing solutions to deliver decarbonisation targets, working in collaboration with business partners and customers, and we were delighted to be part of the team to trial this potential modal shift to rail.” The LHOFT project uniquely brings together key stakeholders in the unitised freight industries with the aim of establishing an East-West freight transport corridor in the north of the UK. This corridor will link Liverpool in the West to the Humber port complex in the East. The ambition is to reduce UK land transport of 100 million miles of freight transport annually, thus lowering congestion and Co2 emissions. Share

Hollingworth and Moss Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Hollingworth and Moss's headquarters?

    Hollingworth and Moss's headquarters is located at Manor Street Industrial Estate, Leeds.

  • What is Hollingworth and Moss's latest funding round?

    Hollingworth and Moss's latest funding round is Merger.

  • Who are the investors of Hollingworth and Moss?

    Investors of Hollingworth and Moss include Spink & Thackray.



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