ICSM Credit's December 2020 Newsletter: who has gone bust; all those excuses why your invoice hasn't been paid; and our BACK TO BUSINESS Manifesto - plus much more

ICSM Credit's Newsletter December 2020

ICSM Credit demands action to restart the economy


This year has been the bleakest for business in generations. Not just because of Covid-19 but because the cure has been worse than the disease. The four UK Governments have made serious mistakes in the handling of the pandemic by consistently penalising small businesses, retailing, hospitality, the travel and leisure industries as well as sole traders and the self-employed.

This is not a political matter as the four UK Governments represent all parts of the political spectrum but all have one thing in common and that is a dictatorial tendency that has led to a recession, high unemployment and mass business failures.

ICSM Credit stands with virtually all businesses in this country in its desire to get Britain back to work and to end the slide into a depression as quickly as possible – starting now.

ICSM Credit's Back to Business Manifesto

1 End the tier system now and give the powers to local parish, town, city, district, unitary and county councils and city mayors to introduce any social restrictions required to suppress the virus but excluding business.

2 Allow all businesses to open immediately with sensible precautions to stem the virus put in place.

3 A package of measures to rekindle the high street and shopping areas back into life including slashing business rates, cutting VAT, business rents and adjusting parking restrictions in town centres together with free parking in all shopping centres.

4 To put on hold the Brexit withdrawal agreement for six months to allow businesses more time to prepare for the new arrangements over how it will affect imports and exports.

5 Introduce a tailored rescue package for the most affected industries. For instance, cutting taxes for the hospitality, holiday and travel businesses. Grants for manufacturing to expand and take on new employees. To ensure retailers going into administration are kept on life support to allow time to redirect the businesses to prevent job losses and retain footfall in the high street.

I commend this manifesto to all our members and to the business community and Government as a whole.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and hopefully a busy and prosperous New Year.

Best wishes
Ian Carrotte
Proprietor of ICSM Credit
For details about ICSM Credit call 0844 854 1850 or visit the website www.icsmcredit.com or email Ian at Ian.carrotte@icsmcredit.com

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The shocking collapse of retailing this year (with Debenhams likely to be liquidated) meaning more than a quarter of a million shop workers have lost their jobs in 2020 and suppliers left with nothing

After Arcadia went into administration last month it meant the only potential buyer of Debenhams, namely JD Sports, pulled out thus condemning the nationwide department store to collapse.

“This is another hammer blow to workers and suppliers,” said Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit, “with invoices unpaid, wages void and pension schemes in doubt it means the economy is being given a body blow. We need the Government to create a strategy to revitalise the high street with rescue and transition packages, plus cuts to rents and business rates. Sadly they seem more interested in the tier system and Covid-19 related matters.”

Department store’s end

You might think 2020 couldn’t get any worse for business but on December 1, Debenhams have had the rug pulled from underneath them as JD Sports pulled out of a rescue deal following the end of Arcadia who have concessions in the department store.

The company had already cut about 6,500 jobs since May, and now has 12,000 workers but it now looks likely the stores will be liquidated with only a slight possibility that some stores or the name could be bought out by rivals.

Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit said the 242-year-old retailer has already left thousands of suppliers unpaid following administration in April. He said suppliers included printers, sign-makers, designers, clothing manufacturers and landlords will be left with nothing.

Long list of the big names 

The Centre for Retail Research in the UK have listed the following British owned retailers who have fallen into administration, or have been liquidated (this is a list of big names - thousands of smaller retailers have also gone bust): Arcadia, the fashion giant with subsidiaries Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Burtons, Miss Selfridge, Wallis and Evans; Peacocks and Jaeger; Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Mill; J Crew;  Celine Group Holdings, the parent company of Debenhams; M&Co; D W Sports; Feather & Black; Grosvenor Shopping Centre in Chester; Oliver Sweeney Trading; Muji,   Cardinal;  Soletrader; Peter Jones; Norville Group; Benson Beds; Harveys Furniture; T M Lewin; Bertram Books; Intu Properties, Go Outdoors; Lee Longlands; Poundstretcher; Oak Furnitureland, Le Pain Quotidien; Monsoon Accessorize; Quiz; Aldo; DVF Studio; Antler; Dawson's Music; J Crew; L K Bennet; Oasis and Warehouse; Debenhams; Spicers; Simply Scuba; Kath Kidston; Autonomy Clothing;  Lombok; Brighthouse; Laura Ashley; Kikki.K;  Soak; Bonmarché; T J Hughes Outlet; HonestJohn.co.uk; Ashbury Furniture; Ena Shaw; Oddbins; Hearing and Mobility; Hawkins; Houseology; Welch and Bill Dobbie; Beales.


Going, going, gone. Arcadia crashes into administration bringing down the curtain on the glory days of Sir Philip Green's dominance of retailing (leaving £250m in unpaid invoices, 15,000 unemployed and the pension fund in doubt)

ICSM Credit has been warning for months that Sir Philip Green's Arcadia group were on the brink of collapse threatening not to pay an estimated £250m in invoices owed to suppliers.

"It gives me no pleasure to announce the retail giant have gone into administration," said Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit, "but many suppliers will never see their cash having trusted that Arcadia could not fail. It's a disaster for the British High Street and a tragedy brought to the head by the Covid-19 restrictions on retailing which in my view have been heavy handed and punished bricks and mortar firms over internet outfits."

The end of an era

How could this have happened? Some experts point to a trio of factors: the decline in footfall in general in the high street; uncertainties over Brexit; and Covid-19. It's this last nail in the Arcadia coffin that has been the most damaging. 

"If the Government shuts your business down then you are no longer viable," said Ian Carrotte, "no customers mean no business - it's the first rule of business. And yet the likes of Amazon and company can go on trading as normal. It has not been a level playing field."

The Guardian reported today (November 30): "The owner of household names including Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Evans and Burton appointed administrators from Deloitte on Monday. No immediate redundancies were made as a result of the appointment and stores will continue to trade. The move will protect Arcadia from creditors while a buyer is sought for all or parts of the company. Green, 68, is not expected to bid for any of the assets.

"Arcadia’s brands are expected to continue trading in stores and online during the sale process, through a light-touch trading administration, the same process being used by the troubled department store chain Debenhams. Arcadia’s management will retain control of the day-to-day running of the business during the process, and its shops in England will reopen on 2 December when the coronavirus lockdown is lifted."

Buyers looking to put in bids

Ian Carrotte said he understood a number of buyers were circling the group looking to pick off the most profitable parts on the assumption that the high street returns to popularity once the pandemic ends. He said: "Boohoo, Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group, formerly known as Sports Direct, and a number of private equity players are showing interest as well as Next and Marks & Spencer may seek elements of the group."

He pointed out the firm owes millions to suppliers as well as leaving a question mark over the group's pension fund. 

"The stores will continue trading as the administrators will hope the Christmas and January sales will boost its value and attract buyers," said Ian Carrotte, "but it is more likely to be liquidated with some parts sold on as the brands and store locations still hold a premium."



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Those gatekeeper excuses on why you’ve not been paid including ‘the finance director is not here today,’ plus 20 more you don't want to hear

ICSM Credit has heard just about every excuse in the book as to why one of our members has not been paid by a client. Chasing payment from a small business or a sole trader may involve visiting the person who authorises payment in their office or even at their place of work or home and putting them on the spot. When it comes to larger firms there is often a gate keeper or the accounts department is physically impossible to reach. That’s when the phone and email appears to be the only way to chase up a late payment. And that’s where the process of getting paid takes on Kafkaesque overtones – a nightmarish round of incomprehensible excuses why you haven’t been paid.

Company disinformation

One of the most irritating company policies to delay payment is the policy of disinformation. When you call the company after an invoice is unpaid there are different excuses, with each one designed to deliberately delay payment. When all of these have been used up and the creditor has lost patience then lobbying the owner or and financial director personally is the final option before legal action.

The problem is often they seem uncontactable. They are out of the country, don’t have a mobile and there doesn’t seem to be an email for them. When you eventually track them down they apologise and claim nobody has told them of the debt and they authorise payment immediately. But you have a strange feeling it may all have been a ruse or a charade. They knew all along you hadn’t been paid and pretended the accounts department were either incompetent or inefficient.

20 excuses you’ve probably heard

We won’t list ‘the cheques is in the post’ as nobody writes cheques these days but it’s a euphemism that can be used for all of these:

1 Our accounts department is very busy.

2 Our customer hasn’t paid us yet.

3 The financial director is on holiday.

4 We’re in the process of switching bank accounts.

5 Out payment terms changed so there will be a delay.

6 We haven’t any record of your invoice.

7 The person who requested the work had no authority.

8 You haven’t put a purchase order number on your invoice.

9 We have gone into administration.

10 We have been bought out and the new owners need to audit all invoices.

11 Our next payment run isn’t until the end of next month.

12 Your invoice is incorrect.

13 We can’t pay.

14 The person who authorises payment is in a meeting.

15 The person who authorises payment has suffered a family bereavement and is on compassionate leave.

16 The person who authorises payment isn’t in the building.

17 The person who authorises payment is off sick.

18 Our computer system is down.

19 We are in the middle of an office move.

20 Our accounts department has moved.



Printing industry mourns the collapse of Westdale Press

There has been an outpouring of emotion by many in the printing and allied industries over the collapse of the Cardiff colour print firm Westdale Press.

Alan Padbury

Reporting in the trade journal Print Week Jo Francis explained how the respected company had been ‘fatally wounded by the double-whammy of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic.’

The firm had called in administrators in October after what ICSM credit understands was a battle to keep the business going through out the summer.

Jo Francis said: “Administrators from Menzies were appointed at the Cardiff-based company yesterday (15 October) by managing director and owner Alan Padbury.”

She said Padbury said he had strived to find a way to save the business, which employed around 85 staff. It previously had sales of £13m but had been “limping along” at about £8m this year.

And she reported that he said he was absolutely devastated about the situation.

Print week continued: “It has been a tortuous six months and we’ve done so many things, I could probably write two books. We explored all the possibilities, all of the loan options and tried marketing the company [for sale] but we’ve run out of road.”

In the comments section on the print week website Mitesh Chouhan wrote, “How Tragic, sad story & depressing times :( Sadly there will be more casualties. Westdale had a decent balance sheet, good cash reserves, minimal debt and respectable debtor to creditor ratio.” Antoner Printshire said, “I fear into the new year 2021 there will be carnage within the trade and wider business community.” While Gerrard Moss said: “I've been in printing just over 50 years and seen several recessions in this time, this one is a bad one because there seems to be no end in sight to this virus.” David Deere pointed out that the MD had sold his car and other assets to pay for wages as the firm struggled.

The main comments also expressed sympathy largely because the recession has hit businesses that were viable before the virus arrived. Matt Booker summer up the thoughts of many: “As a longstanding customer of Westdale Press I have to say they were a first class operation, and this is the saddest of news for all of the people involved. Well invested, extremely well run and with a team that from top to bottom had an unrivalled level of knowledge and dedication. Unfair is a huge understatement. This industry needs more people like Westdale Press.”


CVA for Jellyfish

Joe Francis in Print Week also had story on a CVA for Jellyfish Solutions in Hampshire a print management firm.

She wrote: “Creditors of Jellyfish Solutions approved the CVA (Company Voluntary Arrangement) proposal last month. Jellyfish is based in Fair Oak, Hampshire. Its services include print management for book publishers alongside commercial print products such as brochures, guides and flyers. It also offers consulting services.

“The business is run by husband and wife team Richard and Amanda Ankers. The proposal stated that unsecured creditors would be likely to receive a more than ten-fold better return if the CVA was approved, than if the business was liquidated. Creditors have agreed to the deal that should see them receive 37.42p in the £ over three years, compared to an estimated 3.22p should the business have gone into administration.

Insolvency practitioners Andrew Andronikou and Michael Kiely of Quantuma are the joint supervisors of the CVA. Jellyfish was founded nearly 15 years ago, originally with backing from Ashford Colour Press, where the Ankers had both worked.”

Print Week reported th the Covid-19 pandemic had decimated sales, with client spending on hold and some of its biggest customers in travel, sport and leisure canning their promo plans altogether.

James Cropper

There has been a sigh of relief from many in the printing and allied industries after Rishi Sunak extended the furlough scheme to the end of March. Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit said there had been an expected surge in insolvencies in the industry at the end of October which didn’t occur due to the extension of the scheme.

One of the effects of the lock downs and constraints on the industry has emerged with the news that the Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has seen a fall in revenue. Richard Stuart-Turner for Print Week magazine reported: “By division, revenue in James Cropper's Paper division was down by 45% year-on-year from £38m to £20.9m, Technical Fibre Products (TFP) recorded revenue of £11.7m, down 13.7% from £13.6m a year earlier, and the group’s Colourform division recorded sales of £1.4m, up 16.5% on the £1.2m reported in the first half of 2019.”

Zoom meeting

A meeting of creditors via Zoom is set to take place on November 20 to discuss the fall out from the collapse of Camberley based Lithoxpress Limited.

A resolution to wind-up the company is to be considered at the planned general meeting conducted by Kieran Bourne of Cromwell & Co Insolvency Practitioners of Coventry.

The owner Clive Bryant has been in post for more than 13 years at the business that lists graphic design, advertising and printing as part of its services

Stoke firm liquidated

Wood Mitchell Printers Limited in Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire have held a Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation Deemed in Consent Meeting. The firm founded 116 years ago and based at Festival Way have taken the voluntary liquidation route in an attempt to retain control over the process. ICSM Credit understands the family firm employed up to 50 staff and according to their website print leaflets, brochures, posters, catalogues, short run magazines and flyers.

Cake cooked

Manchester based Cake Marketing and Advertising have appointed liquidators. The self-styled ‘boutique agency’ full-service advertising firm said in its publicity that they are in business to help clients get a ‘bigger slice.’

Over reached

The newspaper firm formally known as Trinity Mirror are planning on closing two more printing plants with the loss of 150 jobs. Reach said they need to ‘balancing production of its regional and national titles, and contract work’ with the closure of their Luton and Birmingham plants.

Writing in Print Week Jo Francis said: “Reach Printing Services currently has six sites across the country. The Luton site, formerly West Ferry Printers, was acquired in 2018 as part of Reach's acquisition of Northern & Shell’s publishing assets. At the time there was concern about the long-term viability of the plant, which only opened in 2011, due to its proximity to Reach’s existing Watford site.”

Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit said it was part of the slow decline of the newspaper industry with sales falling even faster during the Covid-19 crisis as customers cannot always access copies in shops.


Estate agent in turmoil

One of the country’s largest chains of estate agents is experiencing massive concerns over its long term viability sparked by the problems of 2020. Countrywide is supplied by thousands of companies, from sign-makers to computer firms and employs around 10,000 staff across its 850 or so High Street outlets. Shareholder nerves were tested this week when they rejected a £90m cash injection from private equity group Alchemy Partners and by the resignation of the chairman peter Long.

The rescue bid floundered when rivals Connells put in a bid to buy the chain with a much-reduced valuation of the business sending shares into a fall.

Ian Carrotte of ICSM Credit said: “There are major problems with Countrywide and I would advise all suppliers to be very cautious as it has all the hallmarks of a company in trouble.

“As we have seen in the past no company is big enough or famous enough to fail so be very cautious in allowing credit.”

Fraud case

Lucy White of the Daily Mail has reported on the fall-out of one the worst corporate fraud cases in recent years. London Capital & Finance promised high returns on savings sucking in thousands of investors only to shut down the scheme without paying the promised returns but retaining the investors’ cash.

The journalist wrote: “The City watchdog is under pressure to publish a long-awaited review into its handling of the London Capital & Finance (LCF) savings scandal. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which has been slammed by LCF victims for failing to act on warnings about the collapsed firm, was finally handed a copy of Dame Elizabeth Gloster's independent review on Monday.

“But the 11,600 victims who have lost around £237million are still waiting to see Gloster's findings, as the FCA will now read the report, write its own report on the findings, and finally send both documents to the Treasury for publication. LCF tumbled into administration in January 2019, after selling 'minibonds' to thousands of savers. They were promised high returns for low risk, as LCF said it would lend their money to businesses which needed the money to grow.

“But investors were left high and dry when the firm collapsed, and it turned out that their money had been funnelled to a small number of borrowers. Thirteen people connected to LCF are now being sued for £178million in connection with an alleged fraud, after it was claimed that savers' cash was used to buy horses, a helicopter and a lifetime membership to a Mayfair private members' club.”

She wrote that Gloster, a former Court of Appeal judge, was initially due to report in July but had to push the deadline back after the FCA revealed heaps more evidence.

Ian Carrotte said many of the victims had lost their life savings and taken cash out of their business to invest in the scheme were much poorer as a result. He said: “If an investment scheme seems too good to be true then it probably is.”

Logistics company seeks CVA

Trade publication Motor Transport have covered the story of the logistics outfit Brian Yeardley Continental who are seeking a CVA after suffering a £12m loss due to pandemic.

The trade journal said: “Brian Yeardley Continental is proposing to issue a company voluntary arrangement after its events transport division, Brian Yeardley, suffered the ‘devastating’ loss of £12m due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The West Yorkshire-based haulier has appointed partners Charles King and Hunter Kelly of EY to oversee the process.”

Building firm enters administration

Goodwin’s Construction Services Group of Manchester has entered administration caused by the Covid-19 crisis drying up cash flow.

The company was founded in 2014 and originally known as Goodwin Construction Group, was part of the Goodwin Group working on projects across the North West of England.

The firm has appointed Yasmin Bhikha, John Lowe, and Anthony Collier of FRP Advisory as joint administrators. The Goodwin Group is unaffected however but 30 members of staff have been made redundant so far.

John Lowe said: “Goodwin’s Construction Services was a strong business but, unfortunately, the challenges facing the business left it with no option other than to appoint administrators as it was unable to generate the cashflow to remain solvent. Our priority is now to support those employees affected and we will be working closely with the redundancy payments service to do so.”



Runners and Riders
Below is a collated list taken from the Government’s London Gazette of various businesses who are experiencing problems in the last few weeks. 

Administrators Appointed
Airport Parking Rentals (Gatwick) Limited  44140
Armondi UK Limited
Ball, Roller and Transmissions Bearings Limited  44138
Brown and Mason Limited  44103
Camino Leisure Holdings Limited  44138
Camino Restaurants Limited  44138
Clothing 4 Limited  44134
Cote Group (Bidco) Limited  44103
Cote Kitchens Limited  44103
Cote Restaurants Group Holdings Limited  44103
Cote Restaurants Limited  44103
Cramlington Renewable Energy Developments Hold Co Limited
Createability Limited
GBK Restaurants Limited
GBK Retail Limited
Gourmet Burger Kitchen Limited
Greenfields Meat Limited  44103
I.O.W. Tours Limited
Jackson and Rye Restaurants Limited  44103
Paypark Limited  44140
Portsmouth Language College Limited
Promo International Limited
Taste Bidco Limited  44103
The Staff Canteen  44139
Compulsory Liquidators Appointed s 136
Cardinal Security Limited  44106
Goco Property Services Limited  44106
Mike De Courcey Travel Limited
Renaldy Hotels Limited
Shepherd Cox Hotels (Croft on Tees) Limited
Sky World Media Limited  44103
So Create Limited  44153
Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation Deemed in Consent Meetings
A.B. Logistics Midlands Ltd
Ace Point Travel Limited  44148
Acton Finishing (Stourbridge) Limited
Applied Business Minds Limited  44106
Artwork Design (M/C) Limited
Cardiff Bay Leisure Ltd.
Cobain Roofing Limited  44106
Crew Construction Ground Works And Civils Limited  44106
Cut & Run Limited
DCG Media Limited
Devon School of English Limited
Emerald Painters Southern Limited  06.11.2020
Energyst Media Limited  10.11.2020
Fennek Design Limited  06.11.2020
G2S Group Limited
Hanmer Freight Services Limited  10.11.2020
Hindsight Media Services Limited
Insignia Signs and Services Limited  44140
K Cruises Trading Limited
Kingfisher Graphics LLP  10.11.2020
Jon Haywood Logistics Limited
JSH Entertainment Limited  06.11.2020
Maijestic Couriers Limited
Moca Italian Delicatessen Limited  06.11.2020
N Jeeves Transport Limited
Newcastle Oil and Gas Limited
Online Marketing Now Limited
PB Tranport Limited
Premier Plastic Cards Limited  06.11.2020
Power Graphic Displays Limited
Powerline Transport Limited
Quality Care Midlands Limited
Ran Ales Limited
RJS Transport Limited  44153
Thomas Interiors Limited  44158
Townend Weaving Limited  44106
West Ewell Stores Ltd  44103
Wood Mitchell Printers Limited  44138
Liquidators Appointed
3CT Exhibition Services Limited  10.11.2020
AB Logistics Midlands Limited  44138
A C Cooper (Neg and Print) Limited  44103
Archant BHGC Limited  44153
Archant Holdings Limited  44153
Arlington Design Limited  10.11.2020
Barry Bensons Limited  44103
Baxter Fawcett Design Studio Limited  44103
Best And Scholes Dental Laboratories Limited  44103
Blackfriars Wine Bar Limited
1 Logistics Nationwide Limited  44103
Blue Lotus International Limited  44106
Brixton Beds and Furniture Limited  44106
Burnsides (Marketing Aids) Limited  44134
Cake Advertising & Marketing Limited  44139
Cardiff Bay Leisure Limited  44139
Chemiphase Limited  44106
Chevron Transport Limited
CKL Building Solutions Limited  44106
Continental Europe Express Limited  44106
DCG Media Limited
Eazy Printing Limited
E Haul Limited  44106
Eco Energy Go Warm Solutions Ltd  44106
EMP Publishing Limited  44103
Everything Hospitality Limited
Experience Theatre Ltd
Fox Marketing Services MC Limited
Girotondo Schools Limited  4410
GGS Photo Graphics Limited
Harrier Direct Limited  44106
Hoq Marketing Limited  44140
Innovation Logistics Limited  44103
Intelligent Media (Worldwide) Limited  44148
Kanter Transport Limited  44103
Kingfisher Graphics LLP  44155
Left Media Limited  44155
Mankind Carrier Limited  44155
Magnum & Larder Limited  44106
MLR Media Limited  44106
Monsoon Holdings (No1) Limited  44155
N & P Logistics Limited
Oakwood Construction (Midlands) Limited  44138
Odessa Print Group Limited
PB Tranport Limited  10.11.2020
PMCG Civils Design Limited  10.11.2020
Procon Construction Limited  10.11.2020
Power Start Garage Limited
Quadrant Recruitment Limited  44106
Retail Print Solutions Limited  44158
RMJ Ceramics & Building Services Limited  44103
Rosehill Press Limited
SEO Manchester Agency Limited
Sharrow Bay Hotel Limited
Specialist Models and Displays Limited  44158
STA Travel Limited
STB Printing Limited  44151
South Tynedale Railway Limited  44103
Superimpose Studio Limited  44103
Speedifix Pools Limited  44106
TDG Marketing Limited  44158
The Queen Hotel (Mosborough) Limited  44153
Three Halves Communications Limited
Top Drawer Entertainment Ltd  44148
Trinity News Leeds Limited  44106
Truckfast Truckserve Holdings Limited  44106
Tunnel Brewery Limited
Umbrella (South East) Limited  44106
Universal Tyres (Harrogate) Limited
Vision B2B Marketing & Training Ltd t/a Vision B2B  44139
Wellington Signs and Designs Limited  44151
West Somerset Motorsport Limited
Wight Bay Hotel Limited
Wms Care Services Ltd
Wood Mitchell Printers Limited  44158
Xpress News And Mags Limited  44103
Yellow Van London Limited
Members Voluntary Liquidations
3C Transport Limited  44148
Alldesign Limited
AMG Advertising Topco Limited  06.11.2020
Aperture Post Production Limited  44131
Applejack Estates Limited  44106
Aria Consultancy Ltd  44106
Arc Media Consulting Limited
Aviation Adventures Limited
Avon Gold Limited  44138
Axxor Media Limited  44148
Beta Baboon Limited  44106
Booth Homes Limited
Bowler Hat Solutions Limited
Braemar Property Services Limited  44103
Bridgepoint Funding II Limited  44103
Building Bridges Limited  44148
Cammock Investments Limited  44103
Campus Construction Limited
Castle Reed Motors Limited
Charter Manufacturing International Limited  44103
CME Marketing Europe Limited
Craftsmanship Limited
CRC Marketing Limited  06.11.2020
D.W. Sales and Marketing Limited  06.11.2020
Ferreir Ad Design Works Limited  06.11.2020
Effective Marketing Solutions Limited
Eleco Media Limited
Empire Design London Limited
Full House Communications Limited  44158
Gosford Meat Supply Company Limited  44103
JC Sales and Marketing Limited  44155
Level Eight Design Limited  44155
Lindsell Marketing Limited  44148
Loyallypop Limited  44106
Millane (Holdings) Limited  44106
Minium Financial Technology Ltd  44106
PCR Deliveries Limited  44106
Peter Lowe Design Limited
Purple Spark Solutions Ltd  44106
Quercus (Nursing Homes) Limited
Reader Haulage Limited  44139
Retail Interests Limited  44103
Souvenir Press (Educational and Academic))  44153
Souvenir Press Limited  44153
Stratus marketing Limited  44160
Surrey Sports Limited  44106
The Harrison Stickle Group Limited  44106
WMS Logistics Limited
Petitions to Wind Up
All England Gas Services Limited
BHB Partnership Limited
DJ Consulting (U.K.) Limited  44106
DPB Transport Limited  44148
Electricians 24-7 Limited  44109
I And I Media Limited
Premier Paving South West Limited  44106
Process Print (Labelling and Design) Limited
South Hospitality Trading Limited  44153
Sports Café 2008 (Leeds) Limited  44153
Wardells Design Limited  44158
Winding up orders
All England Gas Services Limited
AMFI Logistics Ltd
Commercial Foods Limited
HD Design and Construction Limited
Kayli Construction Limited  44139
Macclesfield Town Football Club Limited
MK Scaffolding Specialists Limited
Paragon Construction Group Limited  44138
SLK Homes and Design Limited  44153
Unlockd Media Operations Limited
Winding Up Dismissal
Sanguine Hospitality Limited  44151


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