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Norfolk haulage firm goes into administration

PUBLISHED: 14:20 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:42 01 August 2018

Quantuma director Simon Campbell has been appointed joint administrator at Harveyson Haulage, with partner Andrew Watling. Picture: Quantuma.

Quantuma director Simon Campbell has been appointed joint administrator at Harveyson Haulage, with partner Andrew Watling. Picture: Quantuma.

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A Norfolk haulage business that provides septic tank services across the county has gone into administration.

Harveyson Haulage called in administrators from corporate recovery firm Quantuma on July 18, who are now seeking a buyer for the East Harling-based company.

The business is still trading and none of the 17 staff has been made redundant.

Quantuma director Simon Campbell, appointed joint administrator with partner Andrew Watling, said: “Harveyson Haulage Ltd was founded in 2006 and the turnover of the company had reached £2m, but the business was the subject of a winding up petition from HMRC due to historic trading difficulties, and Quantuma has been appointed to trade and sell a fundamentally viable business.”

Mr Campbell added he would welcome interest in the sale of the Roudham Road business as a going concern.

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