The stores will be closed on January 13 next year. In total, according to the newspaper, 11 stores are involved.
In the future, only the trade in Löddeköpinge will remain.
How many employees are affected and how unclear it is. Negotiations with other stakeholders take place to take over all the stores under other brands.
Employees can keep the job
This means, according to Harald Nyborg, that most of the employees will be left out of work if this happens.
"This is a clear purpose, but we have not yet negotiated. It was extremely important for us in the situation to find a solution in which we would not send 100 people to unemployment," says Erling Daell, CEO and Harald Nyborg partner at Borås Tidning.
However, staff breaks have already taken place. The stores in Malmö and Lidköping are completely released because the rental will arrive. Some employees moved to the Jem & fix nursing shop, but about ten presidents have been canceled.
Harald Nyborg does not currently want to comment on who the other shareholder is.
According to Harald Nyborg, sister company Jem & fix has about 250 stores in the Nordic region.