A family-run business delivering quality, service and value since 1933.
About Clarke Transport
Clarke is a family business which is currently in our 4th generation of Clarkes.
As one one of the leading privately owned multi-service transport organisations in the UK, we’ve built our reputation on quality, service and value over many years.
We have more than 500 employees – and counting – as well as over 250 vehicles.
Our head office in the West Midlands is close to the M5, M6 and M42 motorways, and serves our impressive network of strategically located regional depots.
Clarke has a rich history that goes back hundreds of years.
Back in 1933, Clarke was established to provide the very first direct road service between the industrial Midlands and Scotland. This pioneering spirit has taken us forward to our current industry-leading position, and we now offer a wide range of delivery and warehousing solutions to many satisfied customers.
Today, we have grown to a 500 strong team and pride ourselves on innovation, professional expertise, years of experience, a commitment to quality and superb customer service.
Charities We Support
We are proud to support a number of great charities through various events. Please take a minute to view their websites to see why we support these great causes.
Mary Stevens Hospice
Mary Stevens Hospice is a registered charity (517656). While we receive only 20% of our annual funding from the Government, we’re able to offer our services for free thanks to the donations and support from our brilliant local community, who raise the other 80%.
It’s thanks to our generous supporters that we are able to meet our £2.8 million annual running costs, so we can continue to relieve pain and prevent suffering; to give respite and support to those who need it.
Acorns Hospice Walsall (Black Country)
Established in 1988 we provide specialist palliative care and support to local life limited and life threatened children and their families across the heart of England for almost 30 years
In the last year, we have cared for 865 children and supported 1,088 families, including those who are bereaved across Birmingham, Coventry & Warwickshire, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Staffordshire and Shropshire regions.
Birmingham Dogs Home
Birmingham Dogs Home was founded in 1892 on land made available by the late Sir Alfred Gooch Bart in New Canal Street, Birmingham. Sadly this building, which over a century later still had ‘Birmingham Home for Lost and Starving Dogs’ proudly displayed above its doors, was destroyed in a fire during 2014 – but from the foundations established at this humble building, the charity continues to exist and grow.