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Voxan rescued from bankruptcy

Published: 24 June 2002

Updated: 19 November 2014

Voxan is set to make a comeback having been rescued from bankruptcy.

For more details on Voxan’s rescue, don’t miss the July 3 issue of MCN.

The French firm has been saved by Didier Cazeaux, who paid just 457,347 Euros (£295,291) to buy the company as a going concern. The commercial court in Clermont-Ferrand, which was overseeing the sale of the firm, chose his offer over a proposed management takeover.

Cazeraux says he hope to restart production by the start of 2003. During the first year, he has promised to invest a further 1.5 million Euros (£1 million) and Voxan has been set the modest target of selling just 700 bikes.

Cazeaux, 48, has a good track record in turning around failing businesses. He bought Guy Couach, the luxury yacht firm, in similar circumstances to Voxan’s back in 1996 – it now has an annual turnover of £21million.

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