BusinessBusiness RecoveryKPMG aims to save Dolphin

KPMG aims to save Dolphin

KPMG has been appointed administrator to Inquam Telecom, which trades as Dolphin.

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Corporate recovery partners Richard Heis and Jane Moriarty became joint administrators of the Basingstoke-based business on Friday.

The firm, which employs 100 staff, uses TETRA digital mobile technology to provide mobile business-to-business radio communications.

Heis commented: ‘We are trading the business normally, and are in touch with a number of potential purchasers of the business. We urge any interested parties to contact us soon as possible.’

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