With the aim to create a clear corporate structure and a cost-effective business, Genan has consolidated its operating companies in a new holding company. At the same time, Genan has reported former majority shareholder and founder Bent A. Nielsen to the police.
Genan har samlet de operationelle virksomheder i et nyt holdingselskab med henblik på at skabe en klar struktur og en rentabel forretning. Samtidig har Genan politianmeldt den tidligere hovedaktionær og stifter Bent A. Nielsen.
Danish pension fund PKA, accountancy firm Deloitte and the group of bank lenders have signed an agreement to secure Genan’s future, safeguarding jobs and preserving the company. At the same time, a new Chairman of the Genan Board of Directors has been instated.
The operating company Genan A/S, which is part of Genan Gruppen, the largest corporation in the world within car tyre recycling, and its sister company, Genan Business & Development A/S, which handles business development and sales of turnkey plants, has today handed in the 2013 annual accounts for the Danish companies to the Danish Business Authority (Erhvervsstyrelsen).
Driftsselskabet Genan A/S, der er en del af Genan Gruppen, som er verdens største inden for genbrug af bildæk, samt søsterselskabet, Genan Business & Development A/S, der står for forretningsudvikling og salg af nøglefærdige fabrikker, har d.d. indleveret årsregnskaberne for de danske selskaber for 2013 til Erhvervsstyrelsen.
The two large Genan shareholders, pension fund PKA and founder Bent A. Nielsen, have come to an agreement in respect of the future operation of Genan. The agreement means that PKA acquires all shares from Bent A. Nielsen and his companies. The purchase price for these shares will depend on the future development of the value of the Genan companies in question.