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Business jumped 20/30pc for Galway firm

Business jumped 20/30pc for Galway firm

Business jumped 20/30pc for Galway firm

Supreme Deliveries, the operator of the sole DPD depot in Galway, has exited examinership employing more people than it did when it entered the process.

In March, Neil Hughes, managing partner at Baker Tilly, was appointed as the examiner of Supreme Deliveries and at that time it employed 47 staff. The company had incurred continuous losses since it commenced trading in 2018. Now employing 61 people, it has become one of the first companies to successfully exit the examinership process during the Covid-19 crisis.

Judge Eoin Garavan of the Western Circuit Court approved a Scheme of Arrangement formulated by Hughes in recent days.