Administrators for Ian Aldridge Transport said 30 staff were made redundant prior to its appointment in July. The Cornish haulier ceased trading on 8 July before administrators at BDO LLP were appointed more than two weeks later on the 24th. Calls to the company were being answered, but last week a spokeswoman said the haulage side of the business had been transferred to another company. BDO said Ian Aldridge Transport, which traded out of Launceston and operated 20 lorries, comprised […]
Canute Group’s former pallet network is seeking to have the business wound up next month if it refuses to settle a bill of £47,489.35.
The Charles Gee Group of Companies, parent company to C & H (Hauliers), entered administration today (21 October) following “acute cashflow problems”.
The administrator handling the affairs of failed Cornish haulier Ian Aldridge Transport has revealed that a director removed assets from the business before it was appointed, potentially breaching insolvency laws.