The collapse of Surfair Global Logistics has left more than 80 unsecured creditors facing losses amounting to over £1.1m, according to a report by the firm’s administrator Milner Boardman & Partners. The Derbyshire-based company’s Irish distribution partners were hit particularly hard when it went into voluntary liquidation last month. Dublin-based Landbridge Logistics is owed £125,858, Enniskillen logistics company A1 Transport is facing losses of £119,502 and PMP Transport of Armargh and Lurgan-based Woolsey Freight are seeking repayments of £65,652 and £49,936 respectively. Surfair’s […]
The Charles Gee Group of Companies, parent company to C & H (Hauliers), entered administration today (21 October) following “acute cashflow problems”.
A substantial fire and a significantly loss-making contract were two of the main causes behind the administration of Lincolnshire waste haulage firm Mid-UK Recycling (MUK), according to PWC.