Honeycomb Aeronautical has posted a management update, following the statement made by Honeycomb founder and CEO Nicki Repenning two weeks ago in several lengthy e-mails. The newly posted statement explains that a transition in leadership has taken place with the aim of restoring faith in the brand and “injecting a fresh perspective and expertise”.
Though the statement does not clarify whether that means Nicki Repenning has been removed from the company, it makes several implications, saying that “previous staff members have been communicating with customers via social media and email”, with the statement going on that Honeycomb is working to resolve this situation. It also states that Honeycomb will not be sold to former management.
Furthermore, Honeycomb announced that it is focussing on streamlining the communication and efficiency. This will be done by relocating the support and marketing functions. The production remains with the German team based in Hong Kong.
Two weeks ago, Honeycomb founder and CEO Nicki Repenning issued a lengthy statement in several e-mails about the situation of Honeycomb after community members had been expressing a lack of communication of the company for several months. The statement made by Nicki came with some serious accusations at the address of his business partner, specifically about money meant for the production of the Carlie Rudder Pedals being routed elsewhere.
We reached out to Nicki for a statement regarding the new publication, to which he responded: “despite the information on the new website, I’ve been told earlier today that a sale of the assets is still an option”.
Charlie Rudder Pedals Date
In a separate statement put out by Honeycomb Aeronautical, the company also states that all pre-orders placed through Honeycomb as well as official partners will be shipped on June 24th (2024). Those looking to cancel their order are also able to do so, and all cancelled orders will be refunded during February. Last but not least, cancelled order products will be made available to purchase through the website with shipments also expected on June 24th, and Honeycomb expects their Charlie Rudder Pedals to be available worldwide with retailers in the second half of August (2024).