Staff and unsecured creditors of Grangemouth haulier Duncan Adams did not receive any money owed to them before the company was dissolved last week. In a final report from administrator Deloitte, it said there had been insufficient realisations to enable a distribution to these creditors after the company entered administration in March 2017. At the time, the move led to an immediate 132 job losses. Deloitte said it had not been possible to trade the business, which was established in […]
More than 40 drivers at Allied Bakeries’ Saltney DC are facing redundancy, after the baker confirmed this week it is to close the depot in November as part of an overhaul of its distribution network.
Freight levels to Northern Ireland will fall unless border friction is sorted, Logistics UK warns MPs
Hauliers will lose out on trade between Britain and Northern Ireland if the government does not move swiftly to ease border friction, Logistics UK director of policy Elizabeth de Jong told MPs this week.
Best practice advice for operators involved in the collection and delivery of vehicles has been produced to keep the supply chain moving during the lockdown.