Posts Tagged ‘Posh Printing’

  • Posh Printing calls in administrator

    Prominent Sydney CBD printer Posh Printing has gone into voluntary administration and a creditors’ meeting has been called for next week.

    The company’s Pitt Street business was closed about eight weeks ago but the smaller Castlereagh Street location continues to operate as usual.

    “We’re still turning over a lot of work every day, mostly corporate and legal, and we’ve just completed 25 legal binders this morning,” said a staff member at the Castlereagh Street store on Tuesday morning.

    Long-term Posh owner Garry Jack, who’s in his mid-70s, is now based in Brisbane and is said to be semi-retired.

    Since being established in the early 1980’s, the family owned and operated company gained a well-earned reputation as a print and design company serving all sectors of corporate sector in central Sydney.

    Posh specializes in document re-production, wide format posters, plan prints, business cards, brochures and corporate identity stationery, as well as graphic design through to binding and finishing.

    Administrator Christopher Darin of Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants was appointed on Monday and the first meeting of the creditors of the company will be held at Suite 1, Level 15, 9 Castlereagh Street in Sydney at 11am on 24 July 2018.