Bankrupt Neckermann makes a new start and put almost all of his staff on the street

Jun

25

2014

The Tuesday bankrupt former mail-order company Neckermann makes a restart, but cast on 185 of the 200 people on the street. Among other business units ICT and logistics will disappear. The shop remains.

The announcement of the restart came a few hours after the declaration of insolvency. Neckermann.com announced that it will stop, including its call center, logistics and ICT Department, writes the Zeeland Provincial Gazette.

Thereby the current 200 staff there, but it can go, which also no longer work in New Zealand, but somewhere in the middle of the country 15. Neckermann.com will outsource services to cut costs. Bankruptcy would have been, because the organization was still based on the mail order required.

The Dutch branch of Neckermann was separate from the parent company just before the bankruptcy of the store in 2012., the lender that the Dutch branch when rescued, Axivate, will now lead the restart. The shop Neckermann is separate from the tour operator, who for decades owned by Thomas Cook.

Branch or Neckermann in Saint John Steen. Source: New Zealand Broadcasting

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