You have 3 free articles left this month. Get your free Basic subscription now and gain instant access to more.

Serbia tries again to sell insolvent railway firm Zelvoz' factory

Author Radomir Ralev
Serbia tries again to sell insolvent railway firm Zelvoz' factory Source: Ministry of Economy

BELGRADE (Serbia), February 7 (SeeNews) – Serbia's Bankruptcy Supervision Agency said it has put up for sale again the factory of insolvent rolling stock repairer and manufacturer Zelvoz in Smederevo.

Interested investors will be able to place bids for the purchase of the factory and other assets of Zelvoz by February 21, the government agency said in a statement on Monday.

You can subscribe to our M&A newsletter here

The estimated value of the assets of Zelvoz put up for sale stands at 1.153 billion dinars ($9.9 million/9.3 million euro), the agency added. 

The assets include a rail carriage repair hall, the entire capital of four subsidiaries, spare parts and accounts receivables. 

The company was sold for 1.5 million euro to a consortium of Romanian companies Remar and Grampet in 2007, but the privatisation deal was cancelled in 2011, as the buyer failed to meet its obligations under the contract.

Zelvoz entered insolvency proceedings in July 2015, with a large debt to the state and employees. Тhe Serbian government unsuccessfully tried to sell the assets of the company twice, in June and November 2016, as no bidders turned up.

(1 euro = 123.831 dinars)

Share this story
SeeNews in Brief

View our Newsletters

 
Compare