The Alpine Aluminum factory seen by its buyer, at the Annecy commercial court to judge this Wednesday
It is a decisive week which opens for the former employees, shareholders of the SCOP (Cooperative and Participative Company) and creditors of the plant Alpine aluminum of Cran-Gevrier a Annecy Fr Haute-Savoie. This Wednesday, the The Commercial Court must close, or not, the takeover plan of the historic aluminum factory sold in December 2019 to Franck Supplisson.
The industrialist from Loiret had made a commitment to relaunch the activity and to hire. Instead, he has dismissed the 49 employees that he had kept and empty the workshops.
Consequence: in recent weeks, the former employees, theRegional Union of SCOPs, the creditors including banks have written to the commercial court asking it not to validate the recovery plan to pronounce the judicial liquidation, even the fraudulent bankruptcy.
Nothing left in the factory
Avocado Thierry ticket represents 30 former employees involved in this process. “The court must not validate this recovery plan, the terms of which have not only been breached, but the buyer Franck Supplisson has already been bought. He lied about his intention to revive activity and create jobs. We have also filed a criminal complaint to pay “judgment fraud“.
In the event that the takeover is called into question, the decision of the commercial court could constitute a chargeable element in thePreliminary investigation opened in spring by the Public prosecutor from Annecy.