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MAASMECHELEN, Belgium (February 24) – United Bicycles has restarted its production. The first bicycles came from the assembly line last Friday, February 21. The Belgium maker who was declared bankrupt December 30, is operating at this moment with 30 employees who made the first bikes under the Avenue brand destined for Dutch IBDs. According to […]

MAASMECHELEN, Belgium (February 24) – United Bicycles has restarted its production. The first bicycles came from the assembly line last Friday, February 21. The Belgium maker who was declared bankrupt December 30, is operating at this moment with 30 employees who made the first bikes under the Avenue brand destined for Dutch IBDs.
According to Harm Oosting, who has been appointed Managing Director at United Bicycles, other orders are also coming in, for instance from Wheeler in Germany. He stated that next to the assembly lines also the sophisticated painting facility at United Bicycles will restart later this week. A complete report about the restart of United Bicycles and what changed at the Belgian maker to become successful after three bankruptcies will be in Bike Europe’s March edition (publication date March 19). (JO)

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