“On the lookout ahead, we are self-confident that our renewed focus on our historic core capabilities as transportation and logistics solutions supplier for the FMCG and grocery sectors, and as a primary player in e-commerce logistics and fulfilment, will let us to generate rewarding development likely forward.”

Mr Stobart, son of founder Eddie, retook regulate of the haulier next an accounting scandal final year when £2m was unaccounted for.

The problems led to an investigation about the auditors – KPMG and PwC – and noticed shares in Eddie Stobart Logistics suspended.

A £55m rescue deal was agreed final December, which noticed offshore private equity business Dbay Advisors purchase a 51pc stake in Eddie Stobart Logistics – setting up Mr Stobart as chairman to oversee the turnaround.

In the six months to Could 31 revenues fell 1.1pc to £416.5m and fundamental pre-tax revenue – which exclude any one particular-off costs – swung from a £6.3m loss to a £16.6m gain. It did not disclose statutory revenue.

Web financial debt rose, nonetheless, from £236.9m to £242.7m due to the costs of the deal in December by using a superior-curiosity bank loan called a PIK take note.

Bosses mentioned they want to re-finance the bank loan “as shortly as is practicable”.

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

Beforehand, the trucking enterprise could only use the Eddie Stobart brand under licence from completely separate enterprise Stobart Group, the London-listed owner of Southend Airport.

Below the settlement, the haulier took regulate of the name, with Stobart Group scheduling to rename itself.