The Dually, a popular British brand of pickup truck, is back in business after a recent bankruptcy filing, and the truck is looking to revive its business.
Dually truck owner James Campbell, an Irishman, filed for bankruptcy in Ireland on June 16, claiming that he had been forced to shut down his truck business in order to comply with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) licensing scheme.
He also accused his former employer, British company Kincardine Trucking, of having an illegal contract with his former boss, the company’s chief executive, Paul McManus, to produce the truck for the NHS.
The company’s website said it had been “unable to find a suitable replacement for our Dually for some time”.
The company has since filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and has been in the spotlight recently due to the allegations.
The British government has also asked the High Court to review Campbell’s claim that the company has breached the NHS licensing scheme by refusing to pay for the truck’s production.
However, the court has so far declined to make a decision.
It is unclear if the government will decide to intervene in the case or whether Campbell’s claims are dismissed by the court.