Creditors to meet at AGA Mobility after liquidators are appointed


A mobility equipment specialist in Ipswich is facing liquidation, according to a notification on the Gazette confirming that creditors of the business will meet next month to discuss a resolution to wind up the company.

AGA Mobility Systems Ltd, which is listed as ‘permanently closed’ by Google, operates from an industrial estate in Needham Market.   

Insolvency firm KSA Group Ltd has been appointed as liquidator for the company

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As a member of the BHTA, the company specialises in stairlifts, adaptations, wetrooms and equipment provision to the care home industry, local councils and housing associations.

The company lists a number of key suppliers, including the likes of Invacare, Drive, Able2, aidapt and Days.

The company’s website, which is still live, says it has “built up an enviable reputation for quality of service and for listening to what customers actually need and delivering on those needs and wants”.

It states: “We are a family owned and run company who believe in giving people back their lost dignity and independence as much as possible and with our approved status from the BHTA (British Health Trades Association) and Trading Standards you can be sure we intend to carry that philosophy forward and to provide you with the best possible service.”

Attempts to contact AGA Mobility were unsuccessful.

Image credit: AGA Mobility

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