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Sturmey-Archer’s Future After Liquidation

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NOTTINGHAM, UK (10 October) – Sturmey-Archer Limited is in liquidation. According to managing director Alan Clarke of Sturmey-Archer Europe, the Amsterdam based sales office, the traditional British component maker officially went into liquidation on 5 October. This brings an end to much emotional speculation on the British maker’s future. What remains is finding a buyer. […]

NOTTINGHAM, UK (10 October) – Sturmey-Archer Limited is in liquidation. According to managing director Alan Clarke of Sturmey-Archer Europe, the Amsterdam based sales office, the traditional British component maker officially went into liquidation on 5 October. This brings an end to much emotional speculation on the British maker’s future. What remains is finding a buyer. And chances are there won’t be just one – Sturmey-Archer Limited’s future lies in its pieces. At a creditor’s meeting held on 9 October, a joint liquidation team of KPMG and Smith & Williamson had been appointed to manage the company through the coming weeks, including paying people to produce products and finish orders. For more details, see our news archive and turn to the article: ‘After Liquidation, Sturmey-Archer’s Future Lies In Its Pieces’. (JW)

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