Interpath Advisory

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Nick Holloway and Will Wright from Interpath Advisory have been appointed joint administrators to Recycling Technologies Group plc and Recycling Technologies Limited. With facilities in Perthshire, Recycling Technologies previously received £2 million in funding from Zero Waste Scotland.

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Blair Nimmo and Geoff Jacobs of Interpath Advisory have been appointed joint administrators of G.C.G. Shotblasting Services Limited. Operating from its Peterhead facilities for over 30 years, together with on-site activities at client sites, the Company provided critical services through protective

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Geoff Jacobs and Rick Harrison of Interpath Advisory have been appointed administrators at Scottish crane hire company Whyte Crane Services after directors decided to cease trading, putting 38 staff out of work. Operating from depots in Aberdeen and Grangemouth, the company provides crane hire and l

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Interpath Advisory, the independent advisory firm that was formed last year following the sale of KPMG’s UK Restructuring practice, has announced that it has opened a new office in the heart of Glasgow at 130 St Vincent Street. Interpath has taken the fifth floor in the landmark office buildin

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Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden from Interpath Advisory were appointed as joint provisional liquidators of Iain Potter Construction Ltd (IPC) on 7 January 2022 by the company’s sole director. The company, based in Carluke in South Lanarkshire, was incorporated in 2014 and provided a range o

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The joint administrators of Bellhill Limited, Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden of Interpath Advisory, have completed a sale of the Lorne Hotel to PL Glasgow Limited. The 102-bed three-star hotel is located in a prime location on Sauchiehall Street, between Glasgow’s city centre and the popul

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JAD Joinery, the Edinburgh-based construction firm which recently filed for liquidation, has left creditors facing nearly £1 million, according to a newly published report from Interpath Advisory. The Interim Liquidators’ Report shows that the construction business owes its creditor

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The number of corporate insolvencies seen across Scotland rose by 40 percent in the third quarter of 2021, as inflation and supply-chain pressures started to bite and government Covid-19 support measures began to unwind, new analysis shows. Interpath Advisory analysed notices in The Gazette to find

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