Clare-Pak seeks examinership

One of the largest plastic bottle manufacturers in the country is seeking High Court protection after experiencing a significant downturn in business.

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Ian Kehoe

9th February, 2008

One of the largest plastic bottle manufacturers in the country is seeking High Court protection after experiencing a significant downturn in business.

Clare-Pak, whose customers include water companies Ballygowan and Kerry Spring, is asking the High Court to place it into examinership to give it time to restructure its debts.

Neil Hughes, of accountancy firm Hughes Blake, has been installed as interim examiner of the Limerick-based firm. The full petition is due to be heard...

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