TWO men from Kirklees will be sentenced later this month for their part in a multi-million pound drugs operation.
They were part of a gang accused of smuggling cannabis worth millions of pounds from Spain to West Yorkshire, concealed in the false floor of a lorry.
Damion Lister, 36, of St Peg Close, Cleckheaton, who lives in Spain, has admitted conspiring to supply and import drugs.
A jury at Leeds Crown Court unanimously found Martin Jolliff, 47, of Carr Street, Cleckheaton, guilty of conspiracy to supply and conspiracy to import drugs.
A third man from Cleckheaton, transport boss Ian Bennett, was found not guilty of conspiracy to import drugs and conspiracy to supply drugs.
In all seven men will be in court on March 26 to face sentencing.
The court heard that between April and June 2009, an HGV was driven and ferried from Spain to Cleckheaton four times.
Cannabis resin was smuggled into the country each time under a legitimate load as the lorry had a false floor.
Police seized drugs worth more than £3m.