Road sweeping firm collapses

A road-sweeping firm has collapsed with debts of almost €8 million after suffering a downturn in business, writes Ian Kehoe.

21st March, 2009

A road-sweeping firm has collapsed with debts of almost €8 million after suffering a downturn in business, writes Ian Kehoe.

Irish Sweeping Services (ISS) employs about 30 people and has a fleet of road-sweeping vehicles. It has contracts with Dublin City Council and Wicklow County Council and also works with a number of semi-state bodies and construction companies.

However, the firm has suffered from cashflow difficulties in recent months. Following a petition by the company’s directors...

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