About Bibby Line Group

We are proud to be a socially responsible company

Who We are

Bibby Line Group is a diverse, £800 million global business, operating in 16 countries, employing around 4,000 people in sectors including retail, financial services, distribution, marine and construction equipment hire.

One of the UK’s oldest family owned business we have over 200 years’ experience of providing personal, responsive and flexible customer solutions.

Our Group’s headquarters are in Liverpool, UK and is responsible for directing the overall Group strategy as well as providing support to our divisions.

Bibby Line Group and our companies work alongside our communities to minimise our environmental impact, while creating safe places for our people to work and develop.

We make positive contributions to the local communities we operate in. Since 2007, Bibby Line Group and its employees have donated over £10million and thousands of volunteering hours to over 1,000 charitable causes.

Image: Sir Michael Bibby with Carolyn Fairbairn, Director-General at CBI (Confederation of British Industry)

Bibby Line Group's Purpose

Our purpose is to grow the long-term value of the Group.

Guided by our shared values, we are custodians of the family business for future generations, creating a diverse Group of innovative companies that develop colleagues, delight customers and give back to communities.

Our Story

Our two hundred years of history as a business is both our foundation and the inspiration which teaches us to always be looking and thinking ahead.

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Our Values

Our Group shared values are the thread that connects our businesses together, helping us to deliver excellent customer service.

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Financial Information

2018 Bibby Line Group Annual Report and Financial Statements.

View our 2018 Bibby Line Group Annual Report and Financial Statements here.

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Senior Leadership Team

The Board works with the Executive team to review, challenge, and agree the strategy of the business, monitor progress against the strategy and review the mitigation of risks.

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