Freight Books' creditors owed nearly £160k

Freight Books' creditors owed nearly £160k

Freight Books’ authors have been told to buy back their stock or face it being pulped after creditors have revealed the company’s debt is estimated to be £160,000.

Those owed money by the troubled company, which went into provisional liquidation along with parent Freight Design (Scotland) Limited in October 2017, include authors, agents, a printing company and a PR company. The money owed is estimated to amount to £158,799.

Operations at the Glasgow-based publisher, which was founded as an imprint of Freight Design (Scotland) Limited in 2011 by directors Adrian Searle and Davinder Samrai,...

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