Civil engineering and earth moving group Pryor is understood to have issued an intention to appoint administrators. The company is understood to still be trading and exploring a number of options including a sale. Although Motortransport.co.uk had received reports that the firm’s tipper fleet at its Harlow headquarters was parked up, a contact at the firm said that while some staff had been stood down, no redundancies had been made, and “the lorries are out” as part of its aggregrates […]
M and J Haulage, a major sugar beet haulage contractor, has been placed into administration prompting concerns among growers that they’ll struggle to find another company to harvest and deliver the crop.
Davis Haulage, which was sold to Buffaload Logistics for £1.8m late last year, got into trouble after overextending itself, according to a report from administrator Leonard Curtis.
West of Scotland Heavy Haulage (WSHH) failed because Police Scotland withdrew its escort service, effectively stopping the wind turbine transport firm from completing its contracts.