A security firm which worked at Shell’s Corrib gas project has sought protecton from its creditors after a slump in its business.
Baker Tilly Hughes Blake has been appointed interim examiner to Business Mobile Security Services (BMSS) which trades as Senaca and Intergrated Risk Management Services.
According to reports, the firm’s finances were impacted by the ending of the Corrib project as well as the impact of costs to cover redundancy for affected staff.
BMSS was founded more than a decade ago.
It had a turnover of €28million in 2012 which declined to €19million in 2014.