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Estonia's Sirekar opens new Polzela shop in Slovenia's Ljubljana - report

Author Iskra Pavlova
Estonia's Sirekar opens new Polzela shop in Slovenia's Ljubljana - report Photo: Slovenia's Polzela

LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), October 7 (SeeNews) - Estonian company Sirekar Hulgi Ou, which acquired the trademark of Slovenia's troubled hosiery maker Polzela in September 2018, opened a new Polzela shop in Ljubljana on Wednesday, local media reported.

This is the sixth such shop in Slovenia, and Sirekar plans to open by the end of the year four more shops in the country and in neighbouring Croatia, state news agency STA reported, citing information from the company.

Polzela went bankrupt in December 2016 and shut down production in July 2018. Its brand name was sold to Sirekar for the ask price of 390,000 euro ($459,000).

In January 2020, STA reported that Polzela bankruptcy receiver Zlatko Hohnjec extended the deadline for completing the bankruptcy procedure by a year, until the end of 2021, after failing to sell all Polzela assets in the original timeframe.

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