One of the longest-standing haulage businesses in Manchester has been saved after it entered administration following a failed attempt to purchase another firm, according to its director. General haulier Stanian Transport, which held an O-licence for 35 trucks and 50 trailers, appointed administrators Alvarez & Marsal Europe on 18 November. Director Theresa Chambers told MT that its failure was not down to anything it had done wrong and that it had been trading “as normal”. But she added: “The catalyst […]
The government has rejected calls from two select committees for an urgent change in insolvency law, after the collapse of City Link last Christmas left sub-contractors and non-secured creditors £30m out of pocket.
Grangemouth Dock-based Duncan Adams is believed to have been placed into administration putting 148 jobs at risk.
New guidance aimed at tackling major delays to groupage at Northern Ireland ports has been rushed through without reference to the haulage industry and fails to tackle the issue, the RHA told MP Michael Gove this week.