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04 October 2012 - UK Press Release

Following loss of LVCR, Condor Group to close Logistics business

Condor Group has announced that it is entering into discussions with staff at Condor Logistics in Portsmouth and at other locations, about a plan to close the Logistics division which employs around 110 people in the UK most of whom are based in Portsmouth.

The logistics market throughout the UK and the Channel Islands has suffered greatly as a result of the recession, with a marked reduction in demand for haulage services, caused by the economic downturn.

 

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04 October 2012 - Jersey Press Release

Following loss of LVCR, Condor Group to close Logistics business

Condor Group has announced that it is entering into a consultation with staff at Condor Logistics in Jersey and at other locations about a plan to close the Logistics division which employs around 50 people in Jersey.

The logistics market throughout the U.K. and the Channel Islands has suffered greatly as a result of the recession, with a marked reduction in demand for haulage services, caused by the economic downturn.

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04 October 2012 - Guernsey Press Release

Following loss of LVCR, Condor Group to close Logistics business

Condor Group has announced that it is entering into a consultation with staff at Condor Logistics in Guernsey and at other locations about a plan to close the Logistics division which employs around 20 people in Guernsey.

The logistics market throughout the U.K. and the Channel Islands has suffered greatly as a result of the recession, with a marked reduction in demand for haulage services, caused by the economic downturn.

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02 October 2012 - UK Press Release

Weymouth Port October update

Captain Fran Collins, Operations Director, Condor Ferries, commented:

“Condor Ferries is pleased that Weymouth and Portland Borough Council has decided to approve the plan to go ahead with the works to repair the harbour wall.

“We will continue to liaise closely with the Council to confirm the timescales of the work involved. This is an important step toward the long term aim of developing Weymouth as the gateway to the Channel Islands, with the appropriate modern port facilities.

“It is our long term intention to return to operating regular sailings from Weymouth, once the works to restore the ferry port have been completed.”

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