QuikPak Announces It Has Made Final Bid for Amiga
January 31 1997
11 PM EST
As per the request of the German liquidator Of Amiga Technologies GMBH, QuikPak Corporation of Norristown Pennsylvania, has submitted a final comprehensive bid for the assets and intellectual properties of Amiga.
According to David Robinson, US legal counsel for Mr. Hembach, all offers must be in by January 31, 1997, midnight. During February the offers will be reviewed and a winning bid will be selected by the 28th of February, 1997.
QuikPak remains committed to the future of the Amiga Platform. We believe we have submitted a "winning" offer. As soon as the outcome of the bidding process is evident we will make the appropriate announcements to the public.
QuikPak would like to take this opportunity to thank all the Distributors, Retailers, Developers and especially the customers and end users who have shown their support for us in these troubled past months. We have continued to manufacture and develop Amiga Products because of our respect for the original creators of the Amiga. We share their vision of affordable multi-tasking, multimedia computing for the family. Although it may have seemed that our focus was aimed at the video professional, we remain committed to reintroducing the entry level Amiga back to the marketplace with 1997 features.
Director of Business Development, Amiga Computers