Company Summary

C & F Tooling Limited was set up on Friday the 2nd of December 1988. Their current partial address is Galway, and the company status is Normal. The company's current directors have been the director of 18 other Irish companies between them; 10 of which are now closed. C & F Tooling Limited has 2 shareholders.

Company Name:C & F Tooling Limited
Company Status:NORMAL
Company Address:Cashla,
Athenry,Galway
Telephone:+353 91 790868
Website:www.cftooling.ie
Key Executive:Mr Flaherty
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Mr Flaherty is a Company Director of C & F Tooling Limited since 1988 and a listed Director of 16 other companies.

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CRO DocumentEffective DateReceived By CROView Now
Form B5 - Return of Allotments 27/04/2021Join Up
Form G1 Special Resolution - General02/01/202004/02/2021Join Up
AMENDED CONSTITUTION02/01/202004/02/2021Join Up
Account details19/05/202019/05/2020Join Up
B1 ANNUAL RETURN19/05/202019/05/2020Join Up
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Company Status:Normal
Latest Credit Movement:
Date of Last Movement:18/01/2021
Latest Accounts Filed:19/05/2020
Report Based on Accounts:31/12/2019
Next Set of Accounts Due:30/09/2021
Overdue:No
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Ownership Structure

Company Type:LTD - Private Company Limited By Shares
Number of Shareholders:2

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