Britain's Top 100 Entrepreneurs 2014: No. 70 - Paul Day, Turners (Soham)

The logistics entrepreneur is worth £205m.

by Philip Beresford

A former national table tennis champion, Paul Day runs Turners (Soham), a family-owned haulage and warehousing group. Founded in 1930 by his late grandfather, Wallace Turner, the Suffolk-based firm made £22.7m profit on £242.1m sales in 2013.

Age: 56
Activity: Logistics
Wealth: £205m
Latest turnover: £242m
Five-year rise in turnover: 34%
No. of employees: 2,390
Five-year rise in employment: 34%
Score: 191

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