Crewe haulier falls into administration

Almost 30 jobs are at risk after a Crewe-based haulier entered administration.

NLH Logistics is situated at Marshfield Bank Employment Park and has a Wrexham depot. It employed a total of 27 staff.

However, insolvency practitioners at Daresbury-based Dow Schofield Watts were appointed to NLH Logistics on March 17.

The company declined to comment when contacted by

Its website says it is a family-run firm with more than 20 years’ experience in the logistics sector.

Established in 1991, the company says it has provided a local and long distance transport service to many companies.

It recently expanded its services to cover overnight next day parcel and data delivery throughout the UK, Europe and worldwide.

The company’s facilities include a 30,000 sq ft warehouse and it operates more than 20 HGVs.

John Carpenter and Ben Barrett of Dow Schofield Watts Business Recovery are the administrators of the business. Ben Barrett said: “We can confirm that NLH Logistics was placed in administration on 17 March.

“The company had ceased to trade before that date.

“We are currently trying to establish the position with regard to the company’s assets and whether they may be recoverable for the benefit of creditors.”