A Glasgow-based logistics firm has agreed to pay £2.2m to the Crown after it uncovered illegal bribery operations in its own organisation.
Braid Logistics said it had “discovered potentially dishonest activities” connected to two freight-forwarding contracts in 2012.
An investigation revealed breaches of the Bribery Act 2010, which forbids bribes being paid to gain business.
Braid sacked those involved and self-reported the case to the Crown Office.
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