Administrators for Ian Aldridge Transport said 30 staff were made redundant prior to its appointment in July.
The administrator of a haulage firm in Cardiff said it was still chasing its directors for more than £364,000 it believes is owed by them – and it hasn’t ruled out pursuing them through the courts.
Cornish haulier Ian Aldridge Transport has entered administration and ceased trading.
Losses at defunct contract hire and rental firm Axis Fleet Management stretched back to 2017 and were driven by an ageing fleet and onerous hire agreements, according to its administrator.
There is to be no mandatory registration and testing scheme for trailers, after a review found human error is a far more common reason for serious incidents.
Laser Transport International made a £3,579 pre-tax profit last year as it continued to battle against a weak pound trading 13% lower against the euro than in 2016.
Operators will be able to demonstrate that they are meeting Earned Recognition standards to specific customers after the DVSA said it was designing a “bolt-on module”.
Elddis Transport increased its turnover and profit in 2018, despite the County Durham company getting a drubbing from the Beast from the East.
Trade creditors of Nottinghamshire warehouse and logistics provider Prolog are set to receive just 4p in the pound, after administrators found there were insufficient funds to pay them in full.
An associated company of Axis Fleet Management, which entered administration in May, has collapsed into liquidation.