The aim is to take over workshop operations at as many of the locations as possible, Lucky Car said in a press release. A declaration to this effect was signed on November 24th.
ATU recently announced that it would be withdrawing from the Austrian market. Therefore, they are looking for a buyer for the 25 locations. “We are conducting due diligence and, if the result is appropriate, we hope to complete the takeover of all workshops in early 2024,” said Ostoja “Ossi” Matic, founder and owner of Lucky Car. Matic also announced that they would “make the locations fit for the future and thus secure as many jobs as possible.” ATU currently employs around 430 people in Austria.
Lucky Car was founded in 2008 by Matic. The chain includes a total of 44 locations in Austria. The company also announced that these are both franchise and own locations.
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