Dublin Vinyl, Ireland’s only vinyl pressing factory, is being liquidated. The company is actively manufacturing records for numerous labels while also housing 22 full-time employees & 4 full-time contractor workers.

Dublin Vinyl, Ireland’s sole maker of vinyl records, has been appointed joint provisional liquidators by the High Court. The company, which was founded in 2016, was pressing a number of high-profile records including Taylor Swift’s forthcoming album The Tortured Poets Department.

Dublin Vinyl suffered severe losses in 2022 and 2023 as a result of circumstances such as the Covid-19 outbreak, Brexit, the conflict in Ukraine, and the failure of record-pressing machinery it had purchased to arrive on time. As a result, the firm decided to petition the court to appoint Ken Fennell and Eamonn Richardson of Interpath Advisory as joint provisional liquidators.

Contracts worth €500,000 will be fulfilled before the firm is wound up. The appointment of liquidators, who might assume control of the firm while allowing it to retain employees to complete the task.

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