Celadon refinancing amid SEC investigation
INDIANAPOLIS, IL - The Celadon Group continues to restructure its assets in an attempt to create more liquidity, while it is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The company, which owns Celadon Trucking and Celadon Logistics, as well as other subsidiaries, announced this morning that as part of the continuing implementation of its new strategic plan, it has refinanced its revolving credit and extended equipment leases that were maturing in 2018. Celadon's short-term revolving credit restructuring was done through Bank of America, and has a maturity date at the end of fiscal 2017. In addition it received US $22.6 million in equipment term loans secured by existing tractors and trailers used in their Hyndman subsidiary.
Celadon Group sells flatbed division to PS Logistics
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Celadon Group has sold all the assets in its flatbed trucking division to PS Logistics. The company announced the completion of the disposition of assets Sept. 18, as part of a strategic plan to concentrate resources on other business lines and boost returns. Assets included in the transaction were primarily leased and owned trailers, which were sold in exchange for an assumption or satisfaction of the lease obligations and cash, Celadon said. It is also entitled to post-closing goodwill payments.