Compaq has emerged as the worst-stung supplier of the Profile Computers' collapse, the biggest channel crash of 1995, with nearly #800,000-worth of bad debt.
The company is joined on the creditors' roll call, Profile's 46-page long statement of affairs, by nearly every channel player of note. Profile's biggest creditors are Compaq and Compaq Finance, which are owed #790,000; Frontline #183,000; Westcoast #73,000; Ingram Micro #72,000; Datrontech #52,000; GRE Property Holdings #51,000; IBM #47,000; Enhancement Technologies #42,000; Micro Peripherals #30,000; Lantec #26,000; and Ideal Hardware #24,000.
Profile Computers, a #10 million company, went under last year owing the trade nearly #1.7 million.
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