BOSAL MOVES TO REASSURE CUSTOMERS OF CONTINUITY

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Bosal Group has moved to reassure its customers following the administration of Bosal aftermarket products. The group says a new company, named Bosal Automotive and Industrial Components Ltd will look after the needs of both current customers and future prospects.

BAIC will be based in Preston, the same as Bosal aftermarket and will act as a UK sales and marketing company.

Bosal Group CEO Aad Goudriaan said: “We are committed to ensuring full continuity of supply for our existing customers and to seeking out and winning new customers for our outstanding product ranges. The formation of BAIC will enable us to achieve that goal with a UK-based and experienced team.”

Administrators Duff & Phelps Ltd. were forced to close Bosal’s manufacturing plant in the UK with the loss of 116 jobs. At the time of its going into administration Bosal had debts of more than £20m.

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  1. SHAME ON YOU BOSAL, I WORKED FOR YOUR COMPANY FOR 13 YEARS UNTIL BEING MADE COMPULSORY REDUNDANT,NEVER FOR ONE MINUTE DID I EXPECT A MULTI NATIONAL COMPANY WITH A GROUP TURNOVER OF AROUND 800 MILLION NOT TO HONOR MY CONTRACT FOR ENHANCED REDUNDANCY
    THE FURTHER 100 + REDUNDANCIES JUST ANNOUNCED WILL HAVE TO BE PAID BY THE GOVERMENT,THE LOSS IN THE PENSION FUND WILL PROBABLY HAVE TO BE COVERED BY THE GOVERMENT IE THE TAXPAYER
    IT SEEMS TO ME THE ONLY PEOPLE SUFFERING ARE AS USUAL THE WORKERS
    THE COMPANY WILL PROBABLY CARRY ON UNDER A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT NAME
    SHAME ON YOU