November 1, 2020
Eekels | TBI restarts De Keizer Marine Engineering in Zaandam
Eekels, a subsidiary of TBI Holdings, reached agreement with the trustees on November 1, 2020 about a relaunch of De Keizer Marine Engineering in Zaandam, which was declared bankrupt on October 15. With this restart, the majority of the employees of De Keizer Marine Engineering will keep their jobs.
Bankruptcy trustees De Keizer Marine Engineering achieve restart with Eekels Technology
TBI's subsidiary takes over supplier of system integrations for superyachts with retention of personnel
Zaandam, 1 November 2020 - De Keizer Marine Engineering, global supplier of system integrations for superyachts, is making a restart. Two weeks after the company was declared bankrupt, the bankruptcy trustees have reached agreement with Eekels Technology B.V., a subsidiary of TBI Holdings B.V., a technology company specialised in projects and maintenance, active in the maritime and offshore world. This will guarantee the retention of jobs for a large number of Dutch employees and the preservation of a global player in the superyacht industry.
THE COURT IN NORTH HOLLAND DECLARES BANKRUPTCY DE KEIZER INTERNATIONAL B.V. AND DE KEIZER MARINE ENGINEERING B.V.
Zaandam, 15 October 2020 - This afternoon the District Court of Noord-Holland declared De Keizer International B.V. and De Keizer Marine Engineering B.V. bankrupt. At the request of the administrators and the board of directors, the previously granted suspension of payment has been converted into bankruptcy.
The District Court of Noord-Holland grants suspension of payment to the Dutch branch of De Keizer International
Family owned business specialized in system integration for superyachts forced to enter suspension of payment
Zaandam, 13 October 2020 – The District Court of Noord-Holland granted suspension of payment to the Dutch companies of De Keizer International: De Keizer International B.V. and De Keizer Marine Engineering B.V.. De Keizer International is a global supplier of system integration for yachts with offices in The Netherlands, France, Spain and The United States. The company, founded in 1965, found herself obliged to request for suspension of payment since she expected that financial obligations could not be met within the short-term.