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A&M Transport holds creditors meeting

A&M Transport has held a creditors meeting after it ceased trading

Pontardawe-based A
&M Transport
which has ceased trading held a creditors’ meeting
yesterday.

The company employed 100 staff, all of whom have now been made redundant.

The company’s affairs are now in the hands of the Cardiff office of
Grant Thornton.

Alison Hill of Grant Thornton said the firm had been instructed to help the
directors put the company into liquidation.

Further reading:

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the roadtransport.com story

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