Tullamore company goes into liquidation

Dezynamite the print, design and web development company, based in Tullamore's Patric Street for the last 13 years, has announced it's closure.

"It is with great sadness and much difficulty that we must announce that our offices have closed and Dezynamite has ceased trading after nearly 13 years of award winning service," director of the company, Jesse Morris said in a statement.

"This has not been an easy decision, and indeed not the decision we would have liked to take," he explained.

It's understood that the company which won numerous awards employed at least four design staff.

Mr Morris says that the print and web service for Dezynamite's clients will continue.

"We understand that a lot of our clients will be worried about what is to become of their print and web artworks, and we have been working tirelessly for the past few weeks to safeguard your projects for the future," he assured.
Mr Morris explained that Cathal Temple of Temple Print Co Ltd will see to any urgent or ongoing print requests for Dezynamite's print clients going forward.

Meanwhile for web clients, Mr Morris assures all live websites will remain as they are, with no loss of service. Ongoing hosting and domain services will continue as they have done so "uninterrupted". Global ITN have agreed to maintain "our very competitive hosting and domain rates for you going forward," said Mr Morris.

He added that he and the team "are very sorry for any inconvenience caused".

In a note at the end of the statement, Mr Morris eloquently put how Brexit and the uncertainty in the economy may have had a role in the company's decline.

"Over twelve long years, we've done our best....Never did we think at all it could ever get this tough...Twelve long years, gone in a flash...But year thirteen, unlucky some," he stated, before concluding "It's with heavy heart and tear in eye we announce our liquidation".