Creditors of collapsed parcel firm City Link are likely to receive just 1p for every pound they are owed, according to the company’s administrator. In its latest progress report, administrator Ernst & Young (EY) revised down the amount that non-preferential creditors should expect to receive. When it published its proposals for the administration in February, EY expected creditors would receive a dividend of 2p in the pound. However the administrator admitted that the final amount available to non-preferential creditors, including […]
Sheerness-based car transporter Eulos.EU entered administration after refinancing its funding facilities in anticipation of a new contract – and then being told it had not won the deal.
In November, City Link’s parent Rentokil revealed the express parcels firm had recorded a loss for the first nine months of the year of £24m, albeit £1m less than that posted in the same period of 2011 on revenue up £7m to £225m. Nevertheless Rentokil chief executive Alan Brown reaffirmed his faith in the management team City Link MD Dave Smith has assembled – largely from former colleagues from Royal Mail – and the latest three year recovery plan that […]
Car transporter Beamish Transport has ceased trading due to the downturn in the car industry and uncertainty surrounding Brexit.