The government is investigating whether further regulation of pre-pack administration sales is needed, after measures were introduced to try and improve transparency.
The pressure on Father Christmas has never been greater after a poll of recruiters found that the majority think deliveries might not make it in time for the big day this year.
Former employees of a Birmingham contract haulier now in administration have been ordered to pay almost £40,000 in costs relating to road traffic accidents.
The government should create an organisation that involves the public in major infrastructure schemes, in order to prevent projects like the Stanford West lorry park being dropped.
Keyne Express Deliveries and KED Logistics have been purchased by Beaches Logistics after both companies entered administration.
Creditors seldom get back all of the money owed to them when a company becomes insolvent, but you don’t have to take things lying down.
HGVs pay enough in tax to cover almost all the government’s spending on road maintenance in the UK, according to research.
Pressure is being placed on the government to settle out of court a forthcoming judicial review into a lorry park to replace Operation Stack in Kent.
Wind turbine transport firm West of Scotland Heavy Haulage has entered administration due to “growing competition, rising costs and unsustainable cash flow problems”.
Creditors of Searon Logistics are thought to be owed £7.26m after the Felixstowe company’s fall into administration.