Previous articleCalls for a referendum on judges’ salariesNext articleFormer Magdalene laundry inspires art students admin Facebook Advertisement WhatsApp Twitter Email Print WITH a Limerick based outlet, Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its fully owned trading subsidiaries trading as Arramount Furniture confirmed that it has sought the appointment of an Interim Examiner, Mr Kieran Wallace of KPMG to allow the Company sufficient time to negotiate with potential investors and to complete appropriate arrangements with creditors with the objective of putting in place long term arrangements to secure its future.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Arramount Furniture was established in 1995 and is one of Ireland’s leading furniture stores. Arramount Furniture currently operates seven different stores nationwide in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Newbridge, Tullamore, Athlone and Mullingar. All stores will continue to trade as normal throughout this period. The company’s current difficulties stem from the current economic downturn and reduced consumer demand. Management would like to confirm that all orders where deposits have been taken will be delivered and customers who place deposits during Examinership will receive their ordered furniture.Lane Bros Ltd trading as Arramount Furniture Tralee, which is a franchisee of Arramount Woodcraft (Holdings) Ltd, will not be affected by the Examinership and will continue to trade as normal.Arramount Furniture will continue to trade as normal throughout the period. The company is confident that the process of Examinership will enable a solution to be found that will ensure it is set up to continue trading successfully and profitably in the future. The process of Examinership in Ireland provides a standstill period of time whereby creditors cannot pursue claims against the Company. The company has sought this protection to allow it to put in place new refinancing arrangements for creditors and bankers.Arramount Furniture is the trading name of Woodcraft (Holdings) Limited and its subsidiariesArramount Woodcraft (Limerick) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Cork) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Dublin) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Mullingar) LimitedArramount Woodcraft (Newbridge) LimitedArramount Athlone LimitedArramount Distribution Limited Linkedin NewsLocal NewsArramount Furniture confirm appointment of interim examinerBy admin – June 24, 2009 994
Roger Waters is currently on a massive “Us+Them” tour, just completing a two-night stop at Chicago’s United Center. On Sunday night, during the show’s encore, the Pink Floyd bassist welcomed Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder for a set-closing “Comfortably Numb.” Amidst the lasers and over-the-top production, Vedder contributed his career-shaping vocals to the chorus of The Wall classic, and even jammed along on an acoustic guitar during the solo.Thanks to zepcowboy, you can watch the full performance on YouTube below:The last time these two shared a stage was the 12-12-12 concert benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy, Consequence of Sound notes. What a wonderful world to live in that experiences like these are possible, when the worlds of Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam collide.Roger Waters will resume his 61-show tour on Wednesday in St. Paul, MN at the Xcel Energy Center. Information about his tour dates can be found here.
The game of leapfrog for top spot in the Championship could continue tonight.Brighton could swap places with Newcastle at the summit, should Chris Hughton’s side win away to QPR.Kick off at Loftus Road is at 7.45. Photo © – pixabay