Ipswich-based Go Freight Transport has closed its doors and appointed an insolvency practitioner. The company, which had an operating licence for 42 trucks and 62 trailers with another under consideration, specialises in container haulage. Insolvency practitioner LB Insolvency has informed drivers that “the company is no longer in a position to make payment to you for services rendered under your contract of employment. You should regard your employment as terminated as of 11 February 2020.” The company, which was not […]
Significant changes to the verification of container weights coming into effect this summer could spark chaos at UK ports, according to haulage companies.
A firm run by David James Zwecker, who previously worked as operations director at failed transport company Noel Zwecker International Transport, has applied for an O-licence.
Wincanton has secured a multi-million pound extension on its contract with B&Q, taking on management of an additional warehouse. The firm will manage B&Q’s one million ft² showroom fulfilment centre in Burton-on-Trent, which provides warehousing for the retailer’s bathroom, bedroom and kitchen range. Under this new agreement, it is estimated that Wincanton will handle nine million cases of merchandise per year. “We are delighted to be extending our long term relationship with B&Q, which further demonstrates our ability to support […]