The Commercial Court of Marseille has decided to place judicial administration The San Marina shoe brand has been running for six months, the company’s lawyer, Me Bernard Bouquet, told AFP on Thursday, September 22. The application filed on Tuesday by San Marina, which employs 680 people in 163 stores in France, had been examined this Thursday morning behind closed doors by the Marseille Commercial Court, based in Gémenos, in Bouches-du – Rhône. .
The judicial administration of the company, previously owned by the group. vivarte, is pronounced until March 22, 2023, Me Bouquet told AFP, confirming information from France 3 Provence television. The commercial court could not be contacted in the afternoon to confirm this information, one of the representatives of the CSE indicated for his part that he was not aware of the decision pronounced.
San Marina said this Tuesday that it was suffering from the backlash of the Court of Cassation ruling that forced, last June, the so-called non-essential merchants and that they had had to keep their doors closed during the spring 2020 confinement, to pay their rents The company, which had been sold at the beginning of 2020 by Vivarte to Stéphane Collaert, had already announced in the spring of 2022 an employment protection plan (PSE) “covering 152 of 680 positions” and “the adaptation of its fleet of stores”.
At the time of entering into negotiations with Vivarte, there was talk of 230 stores, the brand claimed 163 on Tuesday. The management, which (…)
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