Daisytek Australia is expected to close the doors of its last remaining operation this week. Liquidator, PricewaterhouseCoopers, advised on Friday that it was close to exchanging contracts for the sale of the NSW assets, and most staff, including former managing director, David Cullen, had already been let go.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Associate Director, Matt Berger said the liquidator expected to conclude the sale of NSW fixed assets, warehouse management system and office equipment, early this week.
The remaining IT consumables stock was going to Penfolds, Berger said. However, a lot of the stock had gone back to vendors.
Daisytek’s reception was last week advising callers that the operation would be closing this week.
Berger said a handful of staff had been retained to help the winding up process.