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Ferguson Shipbuilders Enters into Company Administration

An estimated 70 employees at commercial shipyard Ferguson Shipbuilders are thought to have lost their jobs, after the business entered into company administration, leaving just seven members of staff left on the company’s books. The Clyde-based organisation has been running…

Insolvency Issues Hit Wine Industry Hard

The wine industry has been subjected to a series of difficult days in the past week, after prominent trading organisations En Primeur Ltd, Canary Wharf Vintners Ltd and Encarta Fine Wines all fell into liquidation and the director of Vintage…

Wimbledon Studios Enters Company Administration

Prominent media organisation Wimbledon Studios has been voluntarily placed into company administration by one of its major stakeholders, after an extended period of financial uncertainty. Housing firm Panther Securities PLC – which is currently the freehold owner of Wimbledon Studios…

Sumner’s Media City Enters into Company Liquidation

Television post-production business Sumner’s Media City has entered into company liquidation, with an estimated eleven individuals believed to have subsequently loss their jobs. Sumner have undergone a progressive decline in their financial fortunes over the past few years, after its…

Conduit Skegness Ltd Enters Administration

Conduit Skegness Limited – the owner of one of the UK’s biggest seaside theme parks – has entered into administration amidst increasing uncertainty about the financial future of the company. Fantasy Island – a Skegness-based subsidiary of the struggling business…

Manufacturing Company Insolvency Increase

Manufacturing company insolvency has seen a significant increase, as companies are winding up across the country, fresh data from Exaro has shown. June saw the number of companies within the manufacturing sector which filed for insolvencies drastically climb from 168…

Cable To Launch Probe Into Comet Liquidators

Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has brought the hammer down on the liquidators who handled the winding-up of an electrical retail chain, Comet, more than a year and a half after its folding. Yielding the loss of roughly 7,000 jobs, the…

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