Cutthroat competition and unprofitable contracts have forced aviation logistics group Global Eyes into administration with the loss of more than 80 jobs. Global Eyes Logistics, which is owned by parent company EMT (UK), specialised in transportation and support services to the aviation industry, servicing more than 30 UK airports each day. It operated 23 vehicles and nine trailers. The company, which has bases in Tamworth, Dunstable and Glasgow, had been struggling to balance the books for sometime, according to administrators […]
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