Hull-based haulier CJ Express has ceased trading and is set to go into liquidation just over two years after it was acquired by Premier Logistics. Business recovery firm Leonard Curtis confirmed this week it has been instructed by Premier Logistics to place the firm into liquidation. A spokeswoman at Leonard Curtis said: “The company has ceased to trade and we have been instructed to place the firm into liquidation.” She added that Leonard Curtis will be contacting all creditors “in […]
Premier Logistics has signed a two-year contract with Capitol Tiles, which said it expected its deal with the haulier to “dramatically reduce” damage it had previously seen with pallet networks.
Leicester-based Premier Logistics has opened its own repair and maintenance facility, as part of its growth strategy.