Administrators handling the affairs of Drive Force (UK) have confirmed that the business has ceased trading with the loss of 47 jobs. The Bristol company appointed Paul Wood and Simon Haskew at Begbies Traynor on 4 June and its doors were closed for the last time. Wood, a partner at Begbies Traynor, said: “The company had been experiencing significant financial difficulties as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and was unable to meet its outstanding costs. Read more Drive Force […]
Continuing delays in the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) means operators are now on a cliff edge of financial ruin, the FTA has warned.
Stoke-on-Trent haulier Genesis 2014 (UK) Ltd has had its licence revoked for the second time in three years after a public inquiry (PI) heard that founder Marcus Hughes, who was disqualified in 2018 for failing to inform the traffic commissioner (TC) of his 12-year prison sentence for supplying cannabis, still played “a significant managerial role” at the company.
More migrant deaths likely despite Old Bailey people smuggling convictions, warns Irish RHA president
More deaths involving migrants being smuggled in lorry trailers will happen, the president of the Irish RHA has warned.