By the time the Beast from the East had done its damage and spring was finally making itself known, official figures showed that there had been 574 insolvencies in UK logistics during the first three months of 2018.
Woodall Group in Birmingham has confirmed it is no longer working with The Pallet Network (TPN).
A company that took on some of the work of a Cardiff haulier after it entered administration has now gone into liquidation.
Suttons Tankers has made two new appointments to strengthen its senior management team.
EP Training has acquired Cranleigh-based Group One LGV Training.
Leeds haulier 3B Logistics has entered liquidation.
Nottinghamshire’s B Taylor & Sons Transport has joined the Fortec pallet network after being inundated with volumes at Pall-Ex and TPN.
The administrator attempting to salvage Prolog said it is in discussions with more than 70 interested parties to try and agree a sale of the Nottinghamshire warehouse and distribution firm.
Simpsons Logistics transferred 70 employees to another company when HMRC attempted to wind it up and agreements with APC Overnight and The Pallet Express (TPN) were cancelled, according to administrators.
Northern Ireland steel haulier Donnelly Transport struggled under the weight of a number of significant historical bad debts and increased operational costs in the run-up to its administration in September.