Creditors of Hull-based CJ Express could be left close to £1m out of pocket, according to the collapsed company’s statement of affairs. Liquidator Leonard Curtis has estimated a deficiency in regards unsecured creditors of £978,570. The statement reveals little in the way of assets for the haulier, which was placed into an insolvency procedure last month, with the majority of its vehicles on a finance lease with Mercedes-Benz. The two largest unsecured creditors are CJ Express’ parent company Premier Logistics, […]
Building work for DPD’s £100m East Midlands parcel hub is likely to begin in August, following the granting of planning approval.
A company that took on some of the work of a Cardiff haulier after it entered administration has now gone into liquidation.
Road transport rates have hardly moved over the last three years, provisional new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown.