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Kendall Press secures future with £200,000 lifeline

Manchester publisher secures future with £200,000 backing to pay its debts

Trafford Park-based publishing printer
Kendall Press has
secured its future with a £200,000 lifeline.

The company, advised by
Tenon, has secured
backing from a private investor and an asset lender, Manchester Evening
News
reports.

The firm faced a winding-up petition and had its bank account frozen because
of financial difficulties.

The funding will help the company cut its debts.

Further reading:

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the Manchester Evening News story

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