The administrator of Canute Haulage Group is locked in a legal tussle with the haulier’s one time largest customer, Wilko, over a disputed £600,000 contingency relating to a contract termination. The end of the 29-year contract with the retailer in September 2017, which represented 30% or £30m of Canute’s annual turnover at that point, was a hammer blow that led to the firm’s collapse in May 2018 and subsequent sale. At the time it was made public that Wincanton would […]
A strong performance in its contract logistics division; the sale of its records management division; and Pullman Fleet Services walking away from two “onerous” loss-making contracts helped Wincanton improve its profit and reduce its net debt in its most recent financial year.
Carters Haulage in Hertfordshire has entered administration and ceased trading.
FRP Advisory, the administrators of Charles Gee Group, has confirmed to Motortransport.co.uk that it is still seeking a buyer for some of its road transport interests.