The director behind failed Cleveland transport company Nicholson’s Transport has launched a new business, Burnside Distribution, specialising in warehousing and full loads.
All former staff who worked at collapsed Northern Ireland steel haulier Donnelly Transport should be paid in full, according to its administrator.
Mounting concerns that the country will leave the European Union (EU) without a deal in October has prompted major logistics provider Uniserve to contact its customers for details of their shipments up until the end of the year.
Arcese UK reported a £2.9m increase in turnover last year, but profit slid further into the red, with the firm making a £939,000 pre-tax loss “due to increasing business costs”.
Administrators have saved 420 staff jobs at a Lincolnshire waste haulage firm by selling it to a subsidiary of utilities group Beauparc.
Gregory Distribution (Holdings) arrested a profit decline last year despite being “significantly impacted” by the Beast from the East.
Turnover at county Durham car transporter Beamish Transport plummeted by 20% in 2018 “arguably because of Brexit uncertainty”, according to its administrator.
Bullet Express has bought 180,000sq ft of land behind its Baillieston, Glasgow storage centre with plans to build a £5m multi-temperature warehouse to meet rocketing demand from customers.
A no-deal Brexit could result in one lorry every 30 seconds being subjected to checks at the border in Northern Ireland, according to the FTA.
NV Transport in Chichester has entered liquidation with the loss of 50 jobs.