A New South Wales-based company that specialises in designing, installing and servicing wireless products has collapsed into voluntary administration.
Enersus was established in 2006 and over the past nine years has provided wireless services to a range of large entertainment and sporting facilities, including Rod Laver and Hisense arenas in Melbourne, Perth Arena, the Darwin Convention Centre and Top Ryde Shopping Centre.
Enersus entered voluntary administration on Monday, with Peter Krejci and Robyn Karam of BFI Ferrier appointed to manage the administration process.
The first meeting of the company’s creditors is scheduled to take place in Sydney on October 9.
Enersus is headquartered in Sydney, however the company also has offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
It also operates across a number of countries in Asia, including Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, China and South Korea.
According to the Enersus website, the business has a particular focus on the servicing clients in the telecommunications and construction industries and has “long-term strategic relationships with the world’s leading mobile carriers, federal and state governments and the enterprise market”.
SmartCompany contacted Enersus and BRI Ferrier but did not receive a response prior to publication.
You can help us (and help yourself)
Small and medium businesses and startups have never needed credible, independent journalism and information more than now.
That’s our job at SmartCompany: to keep you informed with the news, interviews and analysis you need to manage your way through this unprecedented crisis.
Now, there’s a way you can help us keep doing this: by becoming a SmartCompany supporter.
Even a small contribution will help us to keep doing the journalism that keeps Australia’s entrepreneurs informed.