37 jobs lost in south Belfast

Published Monday, 17 December 2012
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An engineering company has ceased to trade in south Belfast with the loss of 37 jobs.

37 jobs lost in south Belfast
The firm was based at Saintfield Road, south Belfast. (© Getty)

FIN Engineering Limited, based on Saintfield Road, entered administration on 7 December.

Joan Houston and Ken Pattullo, of Begbies Traynor, were appointed Joint Administrators.

A statement released on Monday said: "The company had suffered from a number of bad debts and was unable to trade out of its difficulties."

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Belfast in Belfast wrote (732 days ago):
It is extremely sad to see another local company going out of business due to the downturn in our economy however if more companies used credit insurance to protect themselves against bad debt there would be less forced closures
Peter in Armagh wrote (733 days ago):
Why report these job losses a week before Christmas, UTV. Don't you know only flags and emblems matter in Northern Ireland.
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