Skills for Logistics (SfL) has officially entered creditors’ voluntary liquidation. Following a creditors’ meeting on 9 February, Peter O’Hara and Simon Weir of West Yorkshire firm O’Hara & Co were appointed to handle the liquidation. Speaking to MotorTransport.co.uk, Weir said the liquidation process would take several months to complete, while standard investigations took place and company assets were realised. He added that SfL’s pension fund was the major creditor. SfL announced it was to cease trading on 6 January, when […]
A Birmingham contract haulier that entered administration earlier this year went from a £1m pre-tax profit to a £100,000 loss in just 20 months’ trading.
Skills for Logistics (SfL) is to begin the process of a creditors’ voluntary liquidation to wind-up its operation.
Davis Haulage, the Crewe-based chilled distribution firm, has been bought out of administration by competitor Buffaload Logistics.