Court OKs bids for French pork firm AIM assets
Two AIM sites will be acquired after court ruling in France
A French court has approved bids for two slaughterhouses owned by ailing local pork firm Abattoirs Industriels de la Manche, saving 45% of the jobs at the business.
A business set up and majority-owned by staff will take over a facility in Sainte-Cecile, safeguarding 206 jobs. Brittany investment fund Financiere Les Rosaires will buy a site in Antrain. Seventy staff at that site will be kept on.
Abattoirs Industriels de la Manche, or AIM, has been in judicial administration since January. It employs 590 staff.
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