Job losses after Glenrothes-based business goes into liquidation

Almost 40 people have been made redundant after a Glenrothes-based manufacturer went into liquidation.

Monday, 22nd January 2018, 1:45 pm
Updated Friday, 26th January 2018, 4:18 pm
38 workers were made redundant. (Google)

Staff at Murray & Murray Limited, a manufacturer of kitchen furniture, were made redundant after directors made the decision to put the company into liquidation.

A spokesman for Thomson Cooper, which has been appointed liquidator, said: “Richard Gardiner, a partner at Thomson Cooper Accountants, was appointed liquidator of Murray & Murray Limited on January 8, 2018.

“Various options were explored by the directors to allow the company to continue to trade. Unfortunately, none were viable and the Directors were left with no other option but to place the company into liquidation and 38 staff were made redundant.

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“Known creditors have been made aware of the liquidation, however, if anyone else wishes to discuss the position then please contact Thomson Cooper on 01383 628800.”

If you have been affected by Murray & Murray Limited going into liquidation, email [email protected]