For the second time in two years, Dorsey trailers have filed for bankruptcy.
At one time, the Elba-based company employed several hundred people in Coffee and surrounding counties.
The company has filed for Chapter Eleven in an effort to buy time to overcome several on-going problems.
Sources tell News 4 that filing was made due to on-going litigation. In addition, there have been cash flow problems.
Under the terms of the bankruptcy, the company has four months to prepare a plan to keep Dorsey operating. This could include trying to find a new buyer.
A downturn in the national economy and soaring fuel prices led to a nation-wide cutback in truck sales.
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