A Kwik Kopy spokesperson told Australian Printer that the head office is running the business as usual with no staff cutbacks and says it has a strong and loyal customer base.
The company went into liquidation at the start of the year with Nicholas Melanos and Ivor Worrel of Sydney’s Worrells Solvency and Forensic Accountants appointed as liquidators.
According to the creditors list, Ricoh is owed $44,000, Trenear Printing $11,800, Masterprint $11,000, GBC $10,000, Express Envelopes $9,000, Mega Tabs Services $8,300, Konica Minolta $6,800, Océ Australia $5,900, Kwik Kopy Alexandria $5,700, Whirlwind Print $5,400 and CMYKhub $5,000.
In 2010, Kwik Kopy Bondi was one of the first Australian companies to install the Ricoh Pro C901.
Paul Kasper was unavailable to comment.
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