MOTORMANIA CHAIN ENTERS ADMINISTRATION

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Grant Thornton is looking for a buyer
Grant Thornton is looking for a buyer

The seventeen-strong Motormania chain and Midland Car Parts have been put into administration.

Grant Thornton has been appointed as the administrators for the two companies which traded under Richard C Hartley Limited. The 25-year-old business employs 92 people across its sites.

David Bennett of Grant Thornton said: “Motormania and Midland Car Parts are long-established businesses with a strong reputation in the market place. We are continuing to trade the businesses with a view to selling them as going concerns and are currently in discussions with a number of interested parties.”

More information on the businesses is available from Raj Mittal of Grant Thornton on 0121 232 5177 or by e-mailing raj.k.mittal@uk.gt.com.

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