A Glasgow-based company has agreed to pay £2.2 million after its employees carried out corrupt deals. A Scottish freight company is to hand over more than £2 million after its employees were found to have carried out corrupt deals.
An investigation into the activities of the Glasgow-based company, which specialises in freight and logistics, found two separate cases of dishonest money-making.
Its parent company contacted the authorities after making the discovery. It has accepted it obtained business through unlawful conduct, the Crown Office said.