SFP administrator brothers called to Hackman Printers

by Rachael Singh

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25 Sep 2012

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SFP ADMINISTRATORS have been called to Rhondda-based printing business Hackman Printers.

Brothers Daniel and Simon Plant, partners at SFP, were appointed joint-administrators to the business, which will continue to be traded while a buyer is sought.

The company employs about 65 people and, despite a turnover of about £7m, has accrued debts of about £850,000.

Plant said: "Hackman has a good reputation for the services it provides and is hopeful that this fact will result in a successful outcome for taking the business forward.

"We are already in discussions with a number of potential purchasers and are looking to achieve a sale of the business as a going concern."

Hackman provides commercial printing on stationary and invitations, as well as direct mail and marketing services such as inserts for books and magazines. 

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