The Doherty Group was formed in 2004 with the aim to become a significant player in specialized harvesting/haulage of timber and fuel oil. The company has grown rapidly over the last decade and today has a staff of over 50 and a fleet of 18 trucks along with harvesters and forwarders specialised for out timber businesses.
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We have been using Doherty Group for their timber haulage expertise for over a decade now. They have helped us to grow beyond our wildest dreams through their help and advice.
Ernest Kidney / Managing Director, Balcas Ltd
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John Smith / Vice President
Doherty Group in numbers...
204 Formed in 2004
18 Truck in fleet
260000 Over 260,000m2 timber hauled pa.
50 Team of over 50
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