Below is a list of Commercial Judgments Loaded in the last 14 days.

  By Business Barometer.

Issue 459 (Week Ending 15/06/2021)
Company Name Amount Date Industry
1. Pretium Advisors Limited €47,161 03/06/2021 Other
2. Lawless Plant Hire Limited €35,149 03/06/2021 Leasing
3. Cascon Developments Limited €19,287 26/05/2021 Construction
4. Jw Murphtrans Limited €14,469 02/06/2021 Transport
5. Mwc Auto Services Limited T/As Brian Walsh Car Sal €14,225 03/06/2021 Motor
6. Tamor Developments Limited €13,374 04/06/2021 Other
7. Jonkel Enterprises Limited €8,164 28/05/2021 Transport
8. Capri Grill Limited €7,163 03/06/2021 Hospitality
9. Ardco Construction Limited €5,856 28/05/2021 Construction
10. Capri Grill Limited €4,944 03/06/2021 Hospitality
For the total value of €0.17M

Company statistics:

Construction = 20% Transport = 20% Other = 20% Hospitality = 20% Leasing = 10% Motor = 10%

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