The Charles Gee Group of Companies, parent company to C & H (Hauliers), entered administration today (21 October) following “acute cashflow problems”. The group’s 14 subsidiaries – including C&H (Hauliers) – provided, among other contracts, the transportation of wings for Airbus and the distribution of giant paper reels used at printing works for national news groups. C&H (Hauliers) is one of the largest subsidiaries in the group, for the year ended 31 March 2012 achieving a pre-tax profit of £216,000 […]
A firm run by David James Zwecker, who previously worked as operations director at failed transport company Noel Zwecker International Transport, has applied for an O-licence.
Despite the high-profile collapse of Deben Transport last month, the amount of insolvencies overall in the transport and haulage sector is rapidly declining year-on-year.
West of Scotland Heavy Haulage (WSHH) failed because Police Scotland withdrew its escort service, effectively stopping the wind turbine transport firm from completing its contracts.