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Mr Florian Zistler from PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH has now also succeeded in finding a buyer for the second location of the passenger carrier service Taxi Allgäu. Ms Julie Krüger from Lengenwang in the Allgäu region has been operating the business since 1 February 2020. She has already signed the purchase agreement and has kept on all six members of staff. This means that passenger and medical transport services in the region will also be ensured in future. Mr Zistler had held talks with several parties interested in buying the Füssen location, with the contract finally being awarded to Ms Krüger.
“I am really looking forward to operating a cab company in Füssen. We will always do our utmost to keep our customers happy,” said Ms Krüger.
The taxi and passenger carrier service operated by Mr Siegfried Lang in Marktoberdorf and Füssen had to file for insolvency at the end of June 2019. The court appointed the PLUTA attorney Mr Florian Zistler as provisional insolvency administrator. He has kept the business running without restriction at both locations, while looking for options to restructure the cab company. On 2 September 2019, the Local Court of Kempten opened the insolvency proceedings and appointed Mr Florian Zistler as administrator.
The PLUTA restructuring expert Mr Zistler, who had been optimistic about the negotiations from the outset, expressed his satisfaction: “I am pleased that, after Marktoberdorf, we have now also found a solution for the Füssen location. The staff has shown great commitment over the past few months, which has now paid off.” Previously, in September 2019, Mr Zistler had already found a buyer for the Taxi Allgäu location in Marktoberdorf. Since then, Mr Christos Nastis has operated the business, thus saving 25 jobs.