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A modified survival scheme for two companies in Galway businessman John Sweeney's Black Shore group may resolve Anglo Irish Bank's concerns about the scheme, the High Court heard today (Wed).
Linen Supply of Ireland, which has a plant in Spiddal and logistics offices in Galway, has confirmed that it has emerged from the examinership process it entered in September last year.
Galway’s newest retail concept has arrived, the Cash Factory is a mecca for bargain hunters. The new and used superstore is now open in Liosban Retail Park beside Golfstyle. The shop provides a buy and sell service for televisions, computers, laptops, playstations, cameras, ipods, stereos, mobile phones, electrical appliances, fireplaces, office equipment, bicycles, and liquidation stock.
Q.I own a small manufacturing company which is in trading difficulties. My creditors are mounting as my cashflow comes under pressure. The company premises which cost €750,000 were financed through a bank loan and meeting the payments on this has proved increasingly difficult. I have been reading in the papers about examinership and it appears that the examinership process might be a way of protecting the company against my creditors and preserving the trade and the related jobs. Is this possible?