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Insolvent sports car manufacturer Wiesmann: rescue in sight?

Insolvent sports car manufacturer Wiesmann
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I n In recent years, several small German sports car manufacturers have had to file for bankruptcy. In addition to Melkus, Artega and Gumpert, who found at least one investor for the Apollo model, the car maker Wiesmann also filed for insolvency in August 2013. As the company from Dülmen announced in a press release, the application at the Münster District Court has now been withdrawn.

Creditors' meeting postponed

The brief statement states that there is currently no reason for bankruptcy give more. Wiesmann did not give any details. But apparently a new investor has been found. The planned creditors' meeting has now been postponed to December 16, when more detailed information can be expected from the manufacturer.

The brothers Friedhelm and Martin Wiesmann founded the company in 1988 in Dülmen in Westphalia. At the beginning, Wiesmann only produced hardtops for convertibles. The company's first sports car, the MF30 Roadster, was created in 1993. Since it was founded, the manufactory has had seven models in its range and has produced a total of around 1,600 vehicles by hand. The car manufacturer currently employs around 50 people.

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