More than 125 years after it was founded, a traditional construction company from Saarbrücken has filed for bankruptcy. Read here the reasons that lead to this step:
The increasing costs for energy, raw materials and personnel are currently affecting many companies. According to the company, Wolff Hoch- und Ingenieurbau is the largest construction company in Saarbrücken. Founded in 1892, the company employs more than 100 people. Now, after more than 125 years, Wolff Building and Civil Engineering has to file for bankruptcy.
HEIDELBERG24 reveals how operations will continue.
More than 125 years after it was founded, the traditional construction company Wolff Hoch- und Ingenieurbau has had to file for bankruptcy under self-administration, as reported by Saarländischer Rundfunk . The company still wants to continue as usual and keep all employees. (rah)