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We are proud to say that we now have over 105 Years of Transport History! Our family business was founded by Fred Nicholls in 1910, our Grandfather, who started transporting milk and timber for local farmers in the nearby village of Wanstrow using horse and cart. Due to expansion, in 1930 the business moved to Witham Friary and was then transporting milk, timber and livestock.

Our Father Leonard, joined the company in 1935 at the age of 14 working with horses extracting timber from the woods, until the age of 17 when he started driving lorries, this led to the diversification into the transport of agricultural produce and bulk commodities. During 1982 a customer requested we move their mobile home; this was the beginning of the haulage business as it currently operates today.

Fred and Jess the two sons of Leonard took over in 1999 and together successfully run the company. Jess manages the farm, whilst Fred manages the caravan sales business, and the fleet of 12 lorries; over half of which specialise in the transporting static caravans, park homes, log cabins, touring caravans, boats and agricultural machinery.

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“Dear Fred, we cannot thank you enough for helping us to choose our new holiday home! Your staff were both friendly and helpful, the delivery was within our timeframe and we are really looking forward to our first holiday in our static caravan by the sea. We highly recommend your services.”

Sam Bannister

“Dear Fred, thank you so much for our new home! We love living in our static caravan and can’t thank you enough for the professional service you offered, not only were we happy with the price we paid for the caravan, but you took a deposit and waited until our land was ready. Your driver did a brilliant job of getting the caravan down our small lane and then your siting team got it level and made it ready for us to live in. We will always come back to you for future purchases and highly recommend you to anyone wanting a static caravan to live in.”

Claire Smiley