Yorkshire-based Dalesmade to cease trading

Yorkshire-based kitchen and bedroom manufacturer Dalesmade will cease to trade by the end of this month, with the company’s remaining assets now being sold via auction.

The company was first established in 1998, in the North Yorkshire town of Settle.

Explaining the decision, Dalesmade says it will cease to trade due to its director, Barbara Yates, retiring.

The sale of Dalesmade’s assets is being handled by asset advisory firm Walker Singleton which is hosting the online auction.

According to the company, its remaining assets total 150 auction lots, which include a range of former kitchen displays, appliances and manufacturing machinery.

Walker Singleton director, Allan Chapman, said: “Dalesmade has enjoyed a good reputation as a manufacturer of high-quality kitchen and bedroom furniture.

“The wide range of equipment and stock available will appeal to a number of buyers, from manufacturers, trade professionals, to members of the public.”

Bids are currently being accepted on the company’s 150 lots, and will close at 12pm on June 20. All of the lots can be viewed online here.

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