Melbourne based offset printer Printhouse Group is into liquidation after 11 years of business.
John Zaharopoulos, managing director was unable for comment. Printhouse Group comprised of five staff members.
ProPrint understands the company has sold the business prior to appointment of liquidators, and applied for creditors’ voluntary liquidation.
[Related: Waivestar goes into liquidation]
Cor Cordis Chartered Accountants is handling the company’s accounts. A representative told ProPrint the application was lodged on September 21.
On the Australian Securities and Exchange Commission website it lists Printhouse Group’s status as external administration with a notification of resolution of winding up the company placed last Friday.
An industry insider told ProPrint that Printhouse had troubles paying its bills. It was active online searching the web for business. Its main press was a Heidelberg 74.
Another source told ProPrint the company was involved with bad debts and was affected when Waivestar went into liquidation.
The company’s website and phone lines are down.
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