Northamptonshire warehousing and logistics business Linkline Transport has filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators via law firm Shoosmiths. 

The Wellingborough-based company posted the notice on 14 June.

Linkline Transport, which has been a member of both Fortec and The Pallet Network (TPN), was founded in 1993 and lists Primark and GXO as clients.

It has operating licences for 100 trucks and 130 trailers and has 237,000sq ft of warehousing. It employs around 50 staff and provides logistics, haulage, warehousing and pallet network services across the UK.

The firm specialises in home delivery, contract and general haulage, pallet deliveries and white label services.

Last May, Linkline Transport secured a £12.5m funding line from Shawbrook Bank, including a £5m confidential invoicing finance loan, which was to be used to help the Wellingborough-based company expand into additional sites.

In January this year the company bought the IP and goodwill of WH Barley (Transport and Storage) for a peppercorn amount after the company collapsed into administration just days before Christmas.

According to Companies House, Linkline’s accounts were due to be filed by the end of March and are now overdue.

Attempts to contact the company have not succeeded, as yet.