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Cornish Electrical Firm Ets Closes

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Clear signs of recovery ...

The Cornish electrical firm ETS has gone out of business with the loss of 57 jobs.

The firm had six shops across the county and was placed into administration on 28 April. ETS had shops in Bodmin, Helston, Penzance, St Austell, Truro and Camborne.

The company had operated for 48 years and was founded when there was an increased demand for television sets.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-13456591

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Much more clever than just being shocked. Well done.

socket to me, baby.

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Clear signs of recovery ...

The Cornish electrical firm ETS has gone out of business with the loss of 57 jobs.

The firm had six shops across the county and was placed into administration on 28 April. ETS had shops in Bodmin, Helston, Penzance, St Austell, Truro and Camborne.

The company had operated for 48 years and was founded when there was an increased demand for television sets.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-13456591

The spark had gone recently. Down to Earth with a bump sadly, but could they have put up a bit more resistance?

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Such a shame. I lived in St.Austell and fondly remember going into ETS and demoing many of the HIFI's to that I could pick the one that sounded the best to me. That was back in around the year 2k.

I moved from Cornwall around the year 2k for a young lad of 19 living in Cornwall with out parental backing did not make economic sense. I have since learned that living anywhere in the UK does not make sense. :huh:

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A heartening display of this nations credentials in electrical engineering.

The future is secure!

why? there is no skill or understanding ther at all, this is a firm of retailers, a small fish firm with less than 60 employees.

Obviously their mark up for reselling electrical equipment is too high.

Nothing to do with electrical engineering, just crappy sales of crappy stock as usual.

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