“Wanting forward, we are assured that our renewed emphasis on our historic core capabilities as transport and logistics services provider for the FMCG and grocery sectors, and as a primary participant in e-commerce logistics and fulfilment, will allow us to travel successful advancement likely ahead.”

Mr Stobart, son of founder Eddie, retook manage of the haulier subsequent an accounting scandal last 12 months when £2m was unaccounted for.

The challenges led to an investigation above the auditors – KPMG and PwC – and observed shares in Eddie Stobart Logistics suspended.

A £55m rescue offer was agreed last December, which observed offshore personal equity firm Dbay Advisors acquire a 51pc stake in Eddie Stobart Logistics – putting in Mr Stobart as chairman to oversee the turnaround.

In the 6 months to May possibly 31 revenues fell one.1pc to £416.5m and fundamental pre-tax earnings – which exclude any a single-off fees – swung from a £6.3m loss to a £16.6m revenue. It did not disclose statutory earnings.

Internet debt rose, however, from £236.9m to £242.7m thanks to the fees of the offer in December by means of a substantial-desire mortgage identified as a PIK note.

Bosses stated they want to re-finance the mortgage “as quickly as is practicable”.

In May, Eddie Stobart lorry company agreed to acquire the legal rights to its very own title in a £10m deal aimed at ending confusion about the brand’s possession.

Earlier, the trucking company could only use the Eddie Stobart brand under licence from completely individual company Stobart Team, the London-mentioned proprietor of Southend Airport.

Under the settlement, the haulier took manage of the title, with Stobart Team arranging to rename itself.