400 jobs lost as Benjys goes into administration

400 jobs lost as Benjys goes into administration

Some 400 staff to lose jobs, adminstrators from KPMG warn, as Benjys goes into adminstration for the second time

Administrators from KPMG have warned that 400 jobs will be lost at Benjys.

Myles Halley and James Money from KPMG said that 46 branches of the sandwich
chain will be closed now that is has gone into administration for the second
time since July last year, after struggling to make rent payments in tough
trading conditions.

KPMG said that although jobs will be lost, it was looking to sell the
business as a going concern.

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