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Ainscough Crane Hire

ainscough.co.uk

Founded Year

1976

Stage

Management Buyout | Alive

Total Raised

$3.28M

About Ainscough Crane Hire

Provider of crane hire services. The company provides hire fleets of truck-mounted and all terrain mobile telescopic cranes. It specializes in mobile crane hire up to 1000 tonnes in capacity.

Headquarters Location

Bradley Hall

WN6 0XQ,

United Kingdom

44 125 747 3423

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Latest Ainscough Crane Hire News

Ainscough slumps to £7.5m loss

Jul 15, 2021

27 minutes Ainscough Crane Hire showed a loss of £7.5m before tax in its latest accounts as the Covid pandemic hit turnover. In the year to 25th September 2020 Ainscough Crane Hire Ltd turned over £74.5m and made an operating loss of £7.9m. Pre-tax loss was £7.5m and total net assets decreased to £49.4m (2019: £79.6m). This compares to £123.1m turnover in the 71 weeks to September 2019 (Ainscough has changed its financial year-end) an operating loss of £1.1m. It made a pre-tax profit of £1.7m last time thanks to income from shares in group undertakings. The financial year-end change was made after a change in ownership on 13th September 2109, when Oaktree Capital Management sold out to GSO Capital Partners, part of the private equity firm Blackstone Group. GSO is the fourth group of investors to have ownership of Ainscough Crane Hire since brothers Martin, Brendan and James Ainscough sold up in 2007. The latest loss included £3.2m of exceptional administrative expenses relating to refinancing, restructuring, implementation of a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and a dilapidation provision against leasehold premises. The accounts for the previous 71 weeks show £8.3m of exceptional administrative expenses. Only 70 of Ainscough’s 400+ mobile cranes meet the latest Stage IV emissions standards but it aims to increase the ratio to 25% this year. The directors said that the Covid-19 pandemic had impacted demand for the company’s services but it expects things to improve “as a result of the UK government’s ‘build, build, build’ strategy”. Got a story? Email news@theconstructionindex.co.uk

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Ainscough Crane Hire Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Ainscough Crane Hire founded?

    Ainscough Crane Hire was founded in 1976.

  • What is Ainscough Crane Hire's latest funding round?

    Ainscough Crane Hire's latest funding round is Management Buyout.

  • How much did Ainscough Crane Hire raise?

    Ainscough Crane Hire raised a total of $3.28M.

  • Who are the investors of Ainscough Crane Hire?

    Investors of Ainscough Crane Hire include Halifax Bank of Scotland and Cinven.

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