Swift Signs administrator pulls the plug
Luke Knight’s Adelaide sign printer Swift Signs is being liquidated, three months after it went into voluntary administration.
Swift was hit by a winding-up order from the ATO in October after failing to pay its tax bill, with the order coming on top of a previous winding-up order from creditor Ramair Packaging.
Creditors were given the option by the administrator of putting the company into a DOCA, giving it back to the owner, or liquidation. They chose the latter.
Based in the SA suburb of Stepney, Swift Signs produced the full gamut of signage with large format digital printing producing banners, vehicle wraps and graphics, real estate signage, and shop signage.
The company has no relation with Swift Signs Melbourne.