P.Lorenz become bankrupt

P.Lorenz become bankrupt

Postby Arseny » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:52 am

According to the last information, P.Lorenz become bankrupt.
(Somebody told me that the reason was the problems with the tax inspection).

Some news from the Busch:

http://www.busch-model.com/online/index ... ghlight=13

Translation into English by Translate.ru service:

"By the novelty plannings of our field railway last year we have come for the decision that we also need own rail system, because there were no suitable H0f-field railway rails at the market. Because we had at that time no experiences with the development of rail systems, we had decided to develop our new field railway-rail system together with the company P.Lorenz in snowy mountain and also to let make there. The decision was taken on the company Lorenz, because there already rails were developed and one has therefore Erfahrug in this area and the distance is very low to our company site in nice moor (approx. 19 km).

The company Lorenz is known above all in Eastern Germany with TT-Modellbahnern. Beside various "OEM"-Fertigungen there is also own small assortment by very nice TT carriages, rails etc.

Unfortunately, the company Lorenz already at the beginning of the year had to announce insolvency. The insolvency governor has first continued the company and has tried to produce the rails important for us and to deliver. Unfortunately, the promised dates of delivery desired by us could not be kept. After an other continuation of the company has not been planned under insolvency management any more, we have taken over all machines, tools and employees to 15.09.

In the beginning of the next week the complete production is shifted after nice moor. All employees of the company Lorenz will work in future in our company site in nice moor and hope us to be able to offer sure jobs also to our new colleagues in the long term.

Is planned that we can resume the rail production from the end of the next week. We assume from the fact that all announced rails are delivered till the middle of November to trade.

The Lorenz assortment is reworked and continued. The announced novelties are realised successive ones. Because also for us the situation is relatively new, now we must deal with the new assortments and productions intensely, before we can give further information."
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Re: P.Lorenz become bankrupt

Postby LVG1 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:20 pm

There are some mistakes in the translation service's work:

Arseny wrote:...together with the company P.Lorenz in snowy mountain and also to let make there.


"snowy mountain" —> town's name; not to be translated —> "Schneeberg"

Arseny wrote:...because there already rails were developed and one has therefore Erfahrug in this area and the distance is very low to our company site in nice moor (approx. 19 km).


"Erfahrug" —> misspelling —> "Erfahrung" = "experience"
"nice moor" —> town's name; not to be translated —> "Schönheide"

Arseny wrote:The company Lorenz is known above all in Eastern Germany with TT-Modellbahnern.


"TT-Modellbahnern" —> TT model railroader

Arseny wrote:...we have taken over all machines, tools and employees to 15.09.


"to 15.09." —> by September 15
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Re: P.Lorenz become bankrupt

Postby Arseny » Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:38 pm

Seems that Translate.ru's quality of translation is better than Google's one, isn't it? :wink:
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Re: P.Lorenz become bankrupt

Postby LVG1 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:50 pm

I haven't tried Google. :silent:
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Re: P.Lorenz become bankrupt

Postby Rich B » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:12 am

Well that's a bind. I need some Slmmps for my new project...
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