I wasn't actually thinking of the H8, I was thinking more of the later models such as the XL models.
Bolex is now a tiny company with only a handful of employees. I would be surprised if they sold more than 20 new cameras each year, and they only have a single technician. The current new cameras are simply assembled from their old parts inventory.
The "Bolex XL" models you refer to weren't actually Bolex cameras at all. The last Bolex Super 8 models were the Macrozooms released in the late sixties.
The company was sold to Eumig in 1970. Eumig made slight cosmetic changes to some of their Super 8 cameras and sold them under the Bolex name at premium prices. Bolex continued to produce their 16mm lineup. After Bolex collapsed in 1981, the remains of the Bolex company (and spare parts for Eumig cameras and projectors) were acquired by the then managing director of Bolex International. His son now runs the company.