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By | John Oates 7th February 2006 15:09

Relisys customers told to wait

It still ain't over...

Monitor maker Relisys is still in administration and customers are being told to hang on - talks are still going on but a decision should be announced soon. It was hoped that takeover talks for part of the business would be settled last week.

On 2 February customers received an email which said: "The administrators stated they hope to complete a deal within the next 10 days."

Customers received a further email email today urging them to keep the faith. The company is hoping to honour all warranties.

Adrian Mills, of Relisys customer services, wrote: "The administrators have not been in touch since the last mail I sent on the 2nd February. From this I draw the conclusion that talks ongoing and they are still on track." (sic)

Mills said he hoped the administrators would have some news by Friday. The mail ends: "Once again I cannot stress we are trying to move this along as quickly as possible and a big thank you for your kind and continued patience, it is very much appreciated."

Concerned customers can contact relisys@relisys.com for more information.

Administrators PKF have not returned numerous calls asking for comment.

Relisys's traditional monitor business dragged down profitability but without this Relisys hopes to get back in business concentrating on flat panels. ®

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