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Cinram UK Enters Administration

Cinram Logistics in the United Kingdom announced it is now in administration and up for sale.

For more information visit: www.cinram.eu


Unedited press release follows:

Cinram Logistics UK Limited – In Administration (“CLUK”)

On 10 August 2017 Steven Leslie Smith (6424), Christopher Laughton (6531) and Henry Nicholas Page (12250) of Mercer & Hole, 72 London Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire, Al1 1NS, were appointed as joint administrators of Cinram Logistics UK Limited.

CLUK will continue to trade while the joint administrators seek to sell the business as a going concern. Please see below contact information for enquiries.

Enquiries:

Client/Customer enquiries: should be initially direct enquiries to your normal contact at CLUK. Your contact may refer you to the administrators directly.

Former Employee enquires: please contact the Redundancy Payments Service helpline: 0330 331 0020

Creditor enquiries: please contact Manpreet Riat at manpreetriat@mercerhole.co.uk

General enquiries: please contact adamseymour@mercerhole.co.uk

Media enquiries: please contact nataliemcsavaney@mercerhole.co.uk

To express interest in acquiring the business and assets of the Company please contact nhughes@lsh.co.uk

Supplier enquiries: Please note that the following individuals are approved to place orders up to the levels set out below. No orders should be accepted unless received in accordance with the following authority:

At Cinram Logistics UK Limited:

Orders up to £250 to be approved by James Brooks, Nigel Doe, Russell Bell

At Mercer & Hole:

Orders up to £1,000 to be approved by Adam Seymour

Orders up to £5,000 to be approved by Henry Page

Orders in excess of £5,000 to be approved by Steve Smith, Chris Laughton, or Peter Godfrey-Evans

The Joint Administrators, Steven Leslie Smith (6424), Christopher Laughton (6531) and Henry Nicholas Page (12250) of Mercer & Hole, 72 London Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 1NS, are licensed to act as Insolvency Practitioners in the UK by The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and are bound by the Insolvency Code of Ethics.

The Affairs, business and property of the company are being managed by the Joint Administrators who act as agents of the company without personal liability.

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