BusinessBusiness RecoveryAdministrators called into specialist Jaguar business

Administrators called into specialist Jaguar business

Classic car restoration and consultancy firm call in Chantrey Vellacott insolvency practitioners

Administrators from Chantrey Vellacott were appointed to Paul Roach Jaguar
Specialist (PRJS) early this week.

PRJS is a consultancy company and restorative business. The company has
particular expertise in restoring the condition of classic cars cars both in the
UK and across Europe.

John Charles Heath and David Clements from Chantrey Vellacott were appointed
on Monday this week.

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