Skills for Logistics (SfL) has officially entered creditors’ voluntary liquidation. Following a creditors’ meeting on 9 February, Peter O’Hara and Simon Weir of West Yorkshire firm O’Hara & Co were appointed to handle the liquidation. Speaking to MotorTransport.co.uk, Weir said the liquidation process would take several months to complete, while standard investigations took place and company assets were realised. He added that SfL’s pension fund was the major creditor. SfL announced it was to cease trading on 6 January, when […]
A Telford-based haulage firm has entered liquidation three months after it had its operator licence revoked at a public inquiry.
Key factors leading to Surfair Global Logistics demise were the owner’s inability to spend “sufficient time” at the business, due to a family bereavement, and an “unexpected trading loss” after inaccurate reporting of the company’s financial position.
A legal claim by the administrators of RPL Transport relating to a truck manufacturers’ price-fixing cartel is being pursued while the company enters liquidation.