City Link’s administrators have made more than 2,300 staff at the failed business redundant. Following the parcel carrier’s collapse into administration on Christmas Eve, Ernst & Young confirmed that although an offer was made for the business by a consortium, it offered “no money up front and significantly undervalued the assets to be acquired”. The administrator has now made 2,356 redundancies across the City Link’s UK sites, retaining 371 people to deal with the parcels that remain within the company’s […]
The administrator attempting to salvage Prolog said it is in discussions with more than 70 interested parties to try and agree a sale of the Nottinghamshire warehouse and distribution firm.
Norbert Dentressangle’s five-year, £100m contract with Comet is in the hands of administrator Deloitte following the biggest high street collapse since Woolworths in 2008. Wincanton, Comet’s previous logistics partner, walked away from a warehousing and distribution deal with Comet on 30 April after it was unable to agree terms with OpCapita, the equity company that bought the chain at the start of 2012 from Kesa Electricals. A spokeswoman for ND said: “We continue to operate our contracts with Comet Group, […]
HMRC has forced through a revision to the original deal put forward for creditors of Premier Logistics (UK), which entered a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) earlier this week, MT can reveal.