Creditors at airfreight haulier Circle Express unanimously voted to approve a company voluntary arrangement (CVA). The Slough-based logistics firm appointed turnaround firm KSA Group to devise a CVA to enable the business to carry on trading while it repays its debts over five years at a rate of 38.3p/per pound owed for unsecured creditors. In its CVA submission, seen by MT.co.uk, Circle explains how rising fuel prices in 2008 led to diesel costs outstripping the company’s fuel surcharge, set at […]
A meeting of creditors of Leicester haulier A M Widdowson & Son will take place on 3 July ahead of a proposed CVA.
The assets and business of Palletline Logistics (Midlands) were bought for £71,000 in a pre-pack deal in July by newly formed Global Logistics Central on the same day the former went into administration, according to administrator RSM Tenon.
Circle Express has continued to trade successfully under a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), achieving its second consecutive profitable year.