Melbourne based offset printer Printhouse Group is in liquidation after 11 years of business.
John Zaharopoulos, managing director was unavailable for comment, and the company’s website and phone lines are down. Printhouse Group comprised of five staff members at the time of its demise.
It is understood the company has sold the business prior to appointment of liquidators, and applied forcreditors’ voluntary liquidation. Its main press was a Heidelberg 74
Cor Cordis Chartered Accountants is handling the company’s accounts. A representative has said the application was lodged on September 21, but Australian Printer is yet to hear back from the company regarding a timeline for completion, and how the assets will be handled.
The Australian Securities and Exchange Commission website lists Printhouse Group’s status as external administration with a notification of resolution of winding up the company placed last Friday.
Media outlets and industry sources have reported that Printhouse had troubles paying its bills.
It has also been reported that the company had some bad debts, and was particularly affected when Waivestar went into liquidation.
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