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Despite the continued need for transportation and delivery companies, a specialty company has been forced to file for bankruptcy. The small company opted for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and has told its customers that it will no longer be able to service them. According to the bankruptcy document filed in Albany, Georgia last week, the online service provider listed liabilities of $437,258 and assets of $155,260. The small company was owned by just one man that ran the business locally in upstate New York. It seems the downturn in the economy forced companies in the transportation industry to seek different services that the small provider could not offer.

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