History

Brumpton Haulage Lincolnshire HistoryL. J. Brumpton was founded in 1976 by Len and Linda Brumpton. Initially from a farming background, and a number of years driving for a large Grimsby haulier (T. H. Brown), the seeds were set for going it alone. Hard work, long hours, and a little red and yellow Volvo soon earned a reputation for dedication and reliability, starting with dock based steel haulage at Immingham onto the more favoured sub contracted bulk tipping. Fuel shortages, coal strikes and a changing economy ensured an interesting passage of the first decade. Owner operator went to small haulier in the nineties joined by their son Ian, building a loyal customer base from local farmers to shipping companies.

In 2001 sugar beet became a regular activity, collecting from Lincolnshire farms and delivering to York and later to the Newark factory, keeping vehicles busy during the winter months. 2002 saw the introduction of sub contracted nationwide deliveries of liquid fertiliser, the majority being ex Immingham dock and Scotland. In 2003 Omega Haulage was set up to accommodate the increased business on the Humber ports and operates alongside L. J. Brumpton to strengthen the quality of service to agriculture and industry. During the anniversary year 2006 the fleet expanded when the in-house haulage operation of a large farming company near Lincoln was acquired to compliment our workload and local customers.

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