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By | John Oates 30th January 2006 11:58

Relisys goes into administration

Monitor maker displays For Sale sign

Monitor maker Relisys has gone into administration.

The Manchester-based company's phones have not been answered for the last two weeks and its website went offline a week later (it's back now). PKF Accountants are handling the administration.

A spokesman for PKF said: "John Newell and Kerry Bailey are handling things - it went into administration on the 12th January."

Relisys has a good reputation for its monitors and was seen as a solid mid-market performer - good quality but not too expensive.

Chris Dalby is a director of Yellow Park and has resold Relisys kit for years. Dalby told The Reg: "I like their products and hope the brand is re-established. The products were always good - we'd get calls asking for it specifically and I've never had to return any kit."

We'll have more details on this story later today. ®

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