More than 100 jobs have been lost and more are under threat after a a manufacturer and installer of curtain walling and commercial windows went into administration.
Matthew Hammond, Mark Hopkins and Eddie Williams of PwC were appointed joint administrators of Parry Bowen Limited on Friday after the Chasetown-based company ran into cash flow difficulties.
The company laid off most of its workforce earlier this month but failed to prevent the company going into administration. It had employed around 150 people.
Mr Hammond said: “Parry Bowen is a Staffordshire building cladding specialist that has been established for over 20 years and which has unfortunately been severely affected by the ongoing difficulties that continue to affect the construction sector.
“We are currently exploring strategic options in respect of the companies’ assets and are working to secure interest in the assets of the business.”