Glasgow-based distributor, Jamieson & Moody Catering Equipment, has officially closed its doors after a period of non-trading.
The family business appointed a liquidator, Gillian Campbell of Milne Craig Chartered Accountants, to begin proceedings to voluntarily wind up the company.
Catering Insight spoke to Campbell, who confirmed that the dealership hadn’t traded for a while and had remained solvent. She also confirmed that the family’s decision to formally close the company was not related to the pandemic impact.
A notice posted on the London Gazette website stated: “Pursuant to Chapter 2 of Part 13 of the Companies Act 2006, the director of the company proposes that: the company be wound up voluntarily, and that the liquidator be and is hereby authorised to divide among the shareholders of the company in specie or in kind the whole or any part of the assets of the company.”
The current directors are listed as Catherine Buchanan and Richard Moody. According to Companies House, the firm was founded in 1991 by Brian and Ann Moody, who both resigned in 2007.
Jamieson & Moody provided shopfitting, catering equipment; design of kitchens, serveries and dining areas, and equipment servicing. Clients included North Lanarkshire County Council.