Blackburn-based dealer Catersure has officially entered liquidation, according to a notice posted on the London Gazette.
At a meeting of the firm’s creditors last month, it was decided that Bolton-based Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery was confirmed as the liquidator.
The posting detailed: “Notice is hereby given at a general meeting of the company convened and held at the offices of Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery in Bolton on 19 March the following Special Resolution and an Ordinary Resolution were passed:
“That the company be wound up voluntarily and that Jason Mark Elliott and Craig Johns and Nick Brierley of Cowgill Holloway Business Recovery be appointed joint liquidators of the company for the purposes of such voluntary winding up.”
This development followed the news at the beginning of last month that insolvency was on the cards for the dealer, as reported by Catering Insight. It is not known what factors led to Catersure having to take these steps.
The distributor was established in 2000 and grew to occupy a 12,000ft2 facility in Blackburn. The firm specialised in industrial kitchen and restaurant equipment and design, as well as bar installations and refurbishments.
It sold many types of catering equipment from brands including Alpeninox, Charvet and Zoppas.
With its own fabrication capabilities Catersure also designed and manufactured industrial extraction systems in-house, installed and commissioned by its own engineers.