Dull, damp start to Tuesday. Becoming drier, brighter and windy.
Rain for a time in the morning, misty coasts and hills, then mainly dry and bright with some sunny intervals developing. A few showers reaching Argyll later. Strengthening west to southwesterly winds with gales in exposed areas later. Maximum Temperature 17C.
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John Craig Peacock started his professional career as a ship's agent and amassed a fleet of 7 ships within 10 years.
With the adoption of steam vessels, the company focused on the export of coal, and relationships in Spain and North America flourished.
WW2 had a significant impact on our business. Salt and coal merchanting all but finished.
Today Peacock enjoy the enviable position of being the UK's largest salt importer, with the most customers and widest variety of salts.