Unpackaged Holidays goes into administration

March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/20/2009, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that travel company Unpackaged Holidays, which owns the trade name Seligo, has declared its bankruptcy leaving debts of tens of thousands of pounds. The company has blamed the deteriorating markets and the falling value of the pound against the euro, for it going into administration. Tour operator The Travel Club of Upminster has bought Unpackaged's assets, including its trade name Seligo. Unpackaged's staff was made redundant and the majority were re-employed by Travel Club.


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