WH Malcolm is formed.
Donald Malcolm born 16th April.
First horse & cart is put to work.
Walter Malcolm buys his first mechanised load carrier.
Walter Malcolm dies aged 42.
Donald Malcolm, aged 13 leaves school and is made a partner with his mother in the WH Malcolm business of coal merchant and contractor.
Fleet increases to 5 vehicles.
The first wheeled mechanical shovel is bought.
The first earth-moving machine is purchased - a caterpillar 977.
With a fleet size of 37 vehicles and 7 earth-moving machines, WH Malcolm Ltd is formed prior to its acquisition by Grampian Holdings PLC Ltd.
New offices, workshops and garage are occupied in Murray St, Paisley.
The tipper business of John Hutchison & Son Ltd is acquired.
JL McNeil Ltd of Renfrew is also acquired.
The company Foulis Welding & Engineering Co Ltd is purchased.
Malcolm Plant Ltd is formed.
Donald Malcolm buys the 10 strong fleet of James Cunninghame.
Due to massive expansion WH Malcolm is moved from Brookfield to a new depot in Johnstone.
Fleet size of WH Malcolm Transport Group now stands at 332 vehicles.
New premises at Watkin Lane, Lostock Hall, Preston and Beacon Services, London.
New premises at Kilwinning.
By the time Andrew had reached the age of 16 he’d out grown Donald. But thanks to the Young Driver’s Scheme, it wouldn’t be long before Andrew could legally take an HGV onto the open road.
WH Malcolm move their London depot to Hatfield and their Preston depot to Bamber Bridge.
The assets of the Glasgow based LPT Transport are acquired. This consists of 23 vehicles plus 30 plant items.
Gatenby depot purchased and effective immediately.
Burnbrae Road depot at Linwood is established and developed.
Operational depot at Newhouse started.
Grangemouth depot acquired with 150,00 sq ft of warehousing. Since developed to 500,000 sq ft.
Malcolm Plant Ltd moves to Murray St, Paisley.
The Group HQ is opened at Burnbrae Drive together with the Maintenance Services Division.
WH Malcolm opens their Grangemouth depot for road haulage freight use.
35 strong fleet is acquired from Wilfred Holden.
WH Malcolm is voted Scottish Haulier of the Year by Transport News.
Grangemouth Rail depot and Crick depots are opened. Fouldubs Rail yard acquired.
Malcolm Rail is launched and on 14th February the first train runs to our new rail linked warehouse at Crick.
The Grangemouth depot is expanded to also become Malcolm’s rail link HQ.
Grampian Holdings rebranded Malcolm Group PLC.
Donald Malcolm dies.
Sharpness Depot formed.
The Malcolm Group PLC is brought back into the ownership of the Malcolm family.
Murray St depot is relocated to South St, Glasgow.
The South Street tipper depot is opened.
Charles Lawrence Surfaces Ltd is acquired.
South Kirkby opened.
Malcolm Rail, in partnership with ProLogis, took operational control of the Daventry International Railfreight Terminal - DIRFT.
New Livery is designed for fleet vehicles.
Sharpness depot moves to Avonmouth.
South Kirkby moved to Castleford.
Work on Hampden Park commences.
The Commonwealth Games begin.
The Malcolm Group welcomes British Prime Minister, David Cameron to its Linwood complex as part of Mr Cameron’s planned visit to Scotland, in conjunction with the Scottish Referendum.
The Malcolm Group wins Transport News' Scotland's Top Road Safety Operators 2016.
The 50' container arrives.
Malcolm Warehouses are awarded BRC certification.
Scotland's Top Tipper Operator awarded to Malcolm Construction.
New locomotive is launched.
Haulier of the Year awarded to Malcolm Logistics.
Malcolm Construction installs new artificial pitch at Scotstoun Stadium for Glasgow Warriors.
One Millionth rail lift at DIRFT.
City Legacy Homes Consortium of WH Malcolm, CCG, Cruden and Mactaggart & Mickel are awarded The Queens Award For Enterprise in Sustainable Development.
Malcolm Logistics voted 3PL of the Year at the FTA Multimodal Awards.