SolarWorld Industries GmbH files for insolvency proceedings

28.03.2018

SolarWorld Industries GmbH today filed for insolvency proceedings at Bonn insolvency court. The German manufacturer of photovoltaic cells and modules hereby reacts among others on further decreased market prices and European Commission’s intention to terminate measures against dumped solar imports from China. Currently SolarWorld Industries employs about 600 people at its headquarter in Bonn and manufacturing sites in Freiberg (Saxony) and Arnstadt (Thuringia). In August 2017 SolarWorld Industries GmbH acquired the German manufacturing and sales activities from insolvent SolarWorld AG.

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