Gaussin announced on Monday that it would propose the appointment of four new directors at the Annual General Meeting on June 18, a request supported by its new reference shareholder, the Czech CSG.

The specialist in transport and logistics equipment plans to put the appointments of Ewen Extier, Antoine de Koninck, Matthias Laurin and Jakub Sip to a shareholder vote.

The group states that the resolution is supported by Tablon SPV, the investment company of Czechoslovak Group (CSG), its largest shareholder since the end of 2023 with over 20% of the capital.

Since Gaussin has been the subject of a safeguard procedure, CSG's objective is to collaborate in the financial stabilization of the company and to put in place the necessary measures to ensure its continuity, without however having to grant new financing, it explains in a press release.

Gaussin believes that the development and implementation of such a continuity plan requires a strategic vision necessitating a review of the composition of its board of directors.

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