Dixon International Transport is one of the leading logistics and distribution companies in the North-East of Ireland . Established in 1979, this family run business specialises in national and international haulage and is at the cutting edge of its industry. Located in Swords, Co. Dublin the head office is in close proximity of not only the M1 and the M50 but also the Port Tunnel. With the result, the company is in an ideal location to service the entire country in a cost effective and efficient manner. The company provides a competitive haulage service to destinations throughout Europe and the UK . Dixon Transport also have a central European base located in Olen, Belgium.
Company Growth (employees)
Rugby, GB
Size (employees)
4 (est)
Dixon was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Rugby, GB

Dixon Office Locations

Dixon has an office in Rugby
Rugby, GB (HQ)
180 Wood St

Dixon Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Dixon Financial Metrics


Cash (31-Mar-2016)

34.3 k
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


45 k114.3 k34.3 k

Accounts Receivable

34.8 k526.6 k

Current Assets

45 k149 k560.8 k


13.7 k

Total Assets

45 k149 k574.5 k

Accounts Payable

45 k157.3 k436.2 k

Current Liabilities

45 k157.3 k436.2 k

Total Liabilities

45 k157.3 k436.2 k

Total Equity

(9)(8.3 k)138.3 k

Financial Leverage

-4998.8 x-18 x4.2 x
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

4.2 x

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Dixon News and Updates

It's FTSE reshuffle day: Capita and Dixons Carphone booted off top index

Capita and Dixons Carphone have dropped out of the FTSE 100 after its quarterly review of constituents. They will be replaced by Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust and Rentokil Initial, FTSE Russell announced this evening. However, Easyjet and Intu Properties escaped the chop, which will take …

It's official: Easyjet and Dixons Carphone could be leaving the FTSE 100

The London Stock Exchange has published the names of the companies likely to drop out of the FTSE tomorrow. As expected, budget airline Easyjet is hovering on the brink of demotion from the FTSE 100 into the FTSE 250, as well as Capita and Dixons Carphone. Easyjet has lost 40 per cent of its valu…

FTSE 100 reshuffle: Dixons and EasyJet are in the relegation zone

It's FTSE 100 reshuffle time again next week - and research suggests Dixons Carphone, EasyJet, Capita and Intu Properties could all be in the relegation zone. The Share Centre said potential replacements include the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, whose focus on international investments mean…

Dixons Carphone enjoys record Black Friday as it shrugs off Brexit effect

Electrical retailer’s shares fall in early trading despite its first-half profit rising by a thirdDixons Carphone had a record trading day on Black Friday as the electrical retailer said it had seen no impact from the Brexit vote and shrugged off concerns that 2017 will be a tough year for UK consum…
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