A forty year old civil and structural engineering practice which specialises in multi-storey car park design has been sold for an undisclosed sum by joint administrators, Julian Pitts and David Wilson of Begbies Traynor, securing the future of its 13 employees.
A Portsmouth explosives disposal firm, hit by work in Libya failing to materialise following the uprising there, has been sold out of administration.
Ian Walker and John Kelly of national business rescue and recovery specialists Begbies Traynor were today appointed Joint Administrators of GUL International Limited.
Michael Pluta at the Ulm office of Pluta Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Nigel Atkinson &Neil Mather of Begbies Traynor London have been appointed Insolvency Trustees.
A global milkshake brand based in Bournemouth has been rescued by corporate recovery specialists Begbies Traynor.
A 50 year old car dealership in Norfolk, Howes and Sons Ltd, has today (22 November) been placed in administration.
A request from a Preston-based insolvency practitioner has led to a series of raids on the home of a British citizen by New Zealand police.
M3 Capital Partners Ltd (“M3”) is pleased to announce that it has today completed the purchase of Extra MSA Holdings Limited (“Extra”) from Swayfields Extra MSA Holdings Limited (in administration) (the “Vendor”) for its investment affiliate Evergreen Real Estate Partners LLC(“Evergreen”).
Kirstie Provan and Mark Fry of Begbies Traynor, appointed joint administrators over Mill Rythe Holiday Village LLP (“MRH”) on 9 September 2010, are delighted to announce the successful sale of the business and assets of MRH to Mill Rythe Limited (owned by Away Resorts Limited), a non-connected party of MRH.
Jon Beard and Geoff Rhodes of the Brighton office of Begbies Traynor were today appointed administrators of The Royal Norfolk Hotel 2004 Ltd.
A South Wales haulage firm has gone into liquidation after its major customer went out of business.
The well-known western themed Tyneside nightclub and bar, Buffalo Joes, has been placed in administration.
The future of Keighley Cougars RLFC has been secured thanks to an administration deal negotiated by business rescue, recovery and restructuring specialist, Begbies Traynor.
Confusion surrounding the legal status of Coventry RFC Ltd, the city’s troubled Championship rugby club, came to an end today (Friday) when the club’s affairs were placed into the hands of joint administrators John Kelly and Bob Maxwell of corporate recovery specialists Begbies Traynor.
Accrington confectionery manufacturer Stockley’s Sweets has been bought out of administration saving the 90 year old firm and securing the jobs of all 38 staff who potentially faced redundancy.
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