Blow for staff as 117 jobs at risk as haulage firm enters administration
There are 117 jobs at risk after a Birmingham-based haulage firm has entered administration.
Family-run Cross Transport, founded in 2010, has its man trading base at Hams Hall, Coleshill.
It has appointed SFP Restructuring to handle the process.
The company has a fleet of 200 vehicles operating across the UK.
The business has been hit by fuel and labour cost increases on top of rising overheads.
In its results for 2021-2022 turnover had decreased from £22 million to £16.3m
The firm has been led by director Dean Cross.