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. Administrators at KPMG were appointed to the Snelland, Lincs-based haulier on 12 October and they are now exploring whether to sell the business and assets. M and J Haulage employs 24 people and operates as an agricultural contracting business, specialising in the cultivation of sugar beet and other […]
The profitability of the Cartwright group was already on a “downward trajectory” before the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, with margins impacted by loss-making contracts, according to administrators.
Palletways member TAS Transport has ceased trading and been placed into administration, motortransport.co.uk can reveal.
UK shellfish hauliers have warned they stand to go out of business due to spiralling costs and a deluge of paperwork now that the country has left the EU.