A fabrication company based in Sydney has collapsed leaving dozens of tradies out of work.
YME Metal Projects Pty Ltd, whose office is situated near Parramatta, went into voluntary liquidation on Tuesday, ASIC records show.
Antony Resnick of insolvency firm dVT Group has been appointed as the liquidator of the company, which subcontracted to building companies completing metalwork such as balustrading and handrails.
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The business worked on commercial projects including high schools, private hospitals, and apartment blocks.
A CreditorWatch report obtained by 7NEWS.com.au revealed earlier in the year the Australian Taxation Office had lodged a $1.297 million tax default against the company.
Amid the collapse the company’s various social media accounts have been deactivated, as well as their website.
7NEWS.com.au has reached out to insolvency firm dVT Group for further information.
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