Trade creditors owed money following the collapse of Norfolk waste and tankering business Harveyson Haulage are now expected to receive a dividend. The company entered administration in July 2018 and after a period of trading through its administration in order to preserve its goodwill, the haulier’s business and assets were sold to HH Tankering Services – which shares two of the same directors – for £52,000. In a report to creditors, administrator Quantuma said payment had been received in full […]
Courier company TGH Logistics has gone into liquidation, owing creditors over £130,000.
Despite new business wins and growth in average storage volumes, turnover at Boughey Distribution remained flat last year.
Own-account operator DBC Foodservice has been put into administration, after attempts to sell the business failed. By Chris Druce The £300m turnover company supplies some of the best known cafes, restaurants and bars on the high Street including Café Nero, Prezzo, Loch Fyne and vodka bar chain Revolution. Other customers include hotels, local authorities, the MoD, NHS and police. Russell Cash, Ben Woolrych and Mark Wilson from Baker Tilly Restructuring and Recovery were appointed to handle the administration yesterday (27 […]