The parent company of the Miss Etam, Step, Express, and Claudia Sträter and the Felin has gone out of business, but the stores are still open. According to a spokesperson, is that the best way to get a new start, to improve the situation.
"Behind-the-scenes working on a new start," the spokesman said on Thursday. After an earlier postponement of the payment was the parent company FNG on Friday declared bankrupt.
According to the spokesman, it was the application of the bankruptcy is technical and legal in nature, and are made with a view to a new start. "A successful launch of the Dutch-FNG-marks, or any portion thereof, and is, therefore, a bigger chance of success." The activity of the FNG, in Belgium, at the beginning of August have already been declared bankrupt.
In the Netherlands, has a FNG to the 103's Miss Etam stores in 10 Steps, branches, 29 Express stores and 30 retail shops with Claudia Sträter is in the façade of the building. Felin lead since the beginning of this year, only an online presence.
In total, working in stores, distribution centers, and headquarters, one thousand five hundred employees. Their salary is now being paid for by the city.