JDL Logistics has entered administration with the loss of 29 jobs. The Bedford-based operator entered administration on 30 October with Graham Wolloff of Elwell Watchorn & Saxton taking charge of the company’s affairs. In a statement the administrator said: “JDL Logistics had an average turnover of approximately £3.2million and operated a warehouse and pallet distribution service based in Bedfordshire. “The warehouse services are fully managed, and include goods in, picking and packing, stock control, goods out, container loading and unloading. […]
Pallet-Track has appointed Julian Maturi as the network’s new non-executive chairman, replacing John Allen.
An 11th hour plea by the new owners of Aspray Transport, days before it went into administration last month, that its operating licences be surrendered rather than revoked, to avoid “negative connotations”, was rejected by the traffic commissioner who ruled that it “must have been abundantly clear” during due diligence that the firm had insufficient funds to qualify for the eight licences.
Palletways has extended its contract as the main haulier for independent bathroom and tile manufacturer Better Bathrooms.