Northbridge dealership Centre Ford has gone into voluntary liquidation after the business, which operated for more than 30 years, was unable to find a buyer.Centre Ford director and dealer principal Steve Katopodis appointed Crowe Horwath principal Mervyn Kitay last Friday.Mr Kitay said Centre Ford owed about $1 million to suppliers and between $300,000 and 400,000 to its employees.
“I’m aware that the director had tried for some time to sell the dealership as a going concern, but this endeavour failed. This led directly to the closure of the business and my appointment as liquidator," he said.
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