Minis to Midis goes into administration

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A Turas 900 is seen here outside the company’s Doncaster premises. JAMES DAY

Update: Administrator Graywoods has released a statement on Minis to Midis, saying: “Following the death of director Alan White early in 2018 the company attempted to finalise the sale of the business, but a potential purchaser pulled out in July and Adrian Graham, of Graywoods, was appointed as administrator on August 1.”

Minis to Midis of Doncaster has been placed into administration, with the company’s affairs being handled by Adrian Graham at Graywoods.

Founded in 2004, the company exclusively supplied the Turas range of minibuses and the Otokar Navigo T midi-coach – both of which are imported from Kildare, Ireland-based Brian Noone Ltd.

Its website currently reads: “Adrian Graham of Graywoods was appointed as administrator of the Company on 1 August 2018. The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Administrator who acts as agent of the Company and without personal liability.”

Founder Alan White sadly lost his life to cancer on 10 January this year, aged 65. Paul Gardner, Alan’s son, became General Manager of the firm in September of 2016.

Update: Administrator Graywoods has released a statement on Minis to Midis, saying: “Following the death of director Alan White early in 2018 the company attempted to finalise the sale of the business, but a potential purchaser pulled out in July and Adrian Graham, of Graywoods, was appointed as administrator on August 1.”