Newcastle-based David Price Food Services has secured a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) that will see its unsecured creditors paid 38p in the pound on debts of about £2.1m. The arrangement, which the firm said was approved by more than 99% of creditors at a meeting on Wednesday 5 September, safeguards the jobs of 175 staff across seven depots. Company chairman David Price told MT he was relieved the firm had avoided falling into administration. “It has been a traumatic time […]
Struggling haulier Premier Logistics (UK) is set to enter a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) as it looks to restructure its finances in the face of a £5.7m shortfall to creditors, MT has learnt.
Palletline Logistics (Midlands) has lost its battle for survival and ceased to trade.