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New future for Sheffield furniture manufacturer

A Sheffield furniture manufacturer and upholsterer has relaunched offering a smaller, more specialised range of products.

Anico Interiors Limited, which included reclining chairs for the elderly, had suffered cash flow problems and issues with profitability. 

, managed by director , has purchased the assets and business of Anico saving all 11 jobs. 

and from Sheffield business turnaround experts were appointed joint liquidators on 8 June and advised on the sale of the 14-year-old company, based on Orgreave Crescent at Orgreave Industrial Estate, as a going concern. 

Andy Wood, associate director and insolvency practitioner at Wilson Field, said: “Historically, the company offered a wide range of products but has now streamlined its offer to customers and cut out some unprofitable lines, as well as re-vamped its web site. 

“Directors took advice from Wilson Field with the business sold to new company Designer Recliners Limited as a going concern, safeguarding all 11 employees’ jobs. The new company will offer the same service and standards under the same management team but focus on a smaller range of specialised products.”  

The company employs skilled staff including upholsterers, seamstresses and cutters and was set up in 2002 by Nick Wall.

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