Failed container haulier Deben Transport owed unsecured creditors close to £2.4m when it was placed into administration on 13 April, as well as more than £1.4m to HMRC. According to a report on the administration of the business by Ensors the prognosis for creditors is poor with a lack of saleable assets in the business meaning there is “unlikely to be a distribution of any kind to preferential or unsecured creditors”. That means the company’s 224 staff, who are considering […]
The Charles Gee Group of Companies, parent company to C & H (Hauliers), entered administration today (21 October) following “acute cashflow problems”.
DHL has said it is too soon to know the impact that the collapse into administration of its client BHS will have on its operations.