Company to close as directors choose to retire.
In a shock announcement, respected Liverpool-based demolition contractor Sloyan Doyle is to close its doors after more than 40 years.
A statement on the company’s social media feed says:
“…The Directors of Sloyan Doyle Demolition have recently taken the decision to retire and close down the demolition business.
All of the plant in the sale has been under the ownership of the business since new and has been kept in excellent working order, with servicing carried out by main dealers.
We would like to take his opportunity to thank all of our staff, customers and suppliers with whom we have worked with over the years…”
The company has appointed auctioneer Malcolm Harrison to dispose of the company’s extensive plant fleet in a closing down sale that will take place on 14 July 2018.
Incorporated in 1964 as J Doyle & Co (Demolition) Ltd and built up over two generations of the Sloyan family, Sloyan Doyle Demolition is one of the best known and respected names for demolition and recycling in the UK. The company is also a member of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC).