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Grant Thornton steps in for failed haulage firm

Grant Thornton has been called in to organise creditors’ meeting for failed haulage firm

Grant Thornton
has been called in to organise a creditors meeting for Swansea Valley
warehousing and haulage firm
A&M Transport of
Pontardawe
which has ceased trading.

Founded it 1985 and now employing a staff of 100, the company’s fleet
delivered freight all over Europe, BBC News reports.

Alison Hall of Grant Thornton said A&M Transport stopped trading last
Friday and the firm had been asked by the directors to call a meeting of
creditors to put the company into liquidation.

A&M Transport, which started with just one lorry, also runs a taxi
business alongside its haulage operation but that remains open.

Further reading:

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the BBC News story

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