Total Glass, the £25million-sales Merseyside fabricator that collapsed in October, had debts in excess of £2.2million.

A recently published Statement of Affairs shows trade creditors including Profile22, Sapa, Custom Glass and Carey Glass as well as Aperture Trading which collapsed earlier last year.

An earlier statement by administrators said they were of the opinion that the company had insufficient property to enable a distribution to unsecured creditors.

The business had been placed into administration in October last year . It was reported to have suffered heavy losses in the year to January 2020 and, despite surviving the March lockdown, administrators said: “It experience supply issues in September 2020 and attempts to raise funds to recapitalise the business were ultimately unsuccessful and the company effectively ceased trading at the end of September 2020.”