Gibson the iconic branded guitar manufacture has announced that it is filing for bankruptcy in a deal to renew the business and focus on making guitars rather than electronic devices by “‘unburden itself of consumer-electronics business”. Gibson today announced that it will be “re-focusing the company on the manufacturing of world-class, musical instruments and professional audio products” rather than other devices.
The press release distributed today by Gibson explains more. “To implement the agreement, the Company and its U.S. subsidiaries today filed pre-negotiated reorganization cases under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The filings will allow the Company’s Musical Instruments and Professional Audio businesses to continue to design, build, sell, and manufacture legendary Gibson and Epiphone guitars, as well as KRK and Cerwin Vega studio monitors and loud speakers, without interruption.
The Restructuring Support Agreement provides funding for the musical instrument and professional audio businesses, supports the Company’s key vendors, shippers and suppliers, and provides for the restructuring of the Company’s balance sheet. Gibson will emerge from Chapter 11 with working capital financing, materially less debt, and a leaner and stronger musical instruments-focused platform that will allow the Company and all of its employees, vendors, customers and other critical stakeholders to succeed.
Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Gibson Brands, and David Berryman, Gibson’s President, will each continue with the Company upon emergence from Chapter 11 to facilitate a smooth transition during this change of control transaction and to support the Company in realizing future value from its core business.”
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