BT in bankruptcy

Schulz, John D.
June 1998
Traffic World;06/01/98, Vol. 254 Issue 9, p17
Trade Publication
Gives information on a petition filed in the United States (US) Bankruptcy Court by Builders Transport (BT), for the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta, on May 21, 1998, for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Details on an agreement by with CIT Group/Business Credit; Comments from BT President Roy Parsons; Plans of Parsons; Financial information on the company.


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