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Heating company goes into examinership

More than 50 jobs are at risk in Dublin, after a heating and plumbing company sought High Court protection from its creditors last week.

12th May, 2007

More than 50 jobs are at risk in Dublin, after a heating and plumbing company sought High Court protection from its creditors last week.

An interim examiner has been appointed to Harris Heating, a north Dublin domestic and commercial heating company, following a petition from the company’s owners. The company has amassed debts of more than €2 million.

Accountant Tom Kavanagh of Dublin firm Kavanagh Fennell has been appointed interim examiner. A full petition...

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