Suitsupply will cross the 60 million, respectively, in the global supply chain of maatpakkenwinkels to make up for the lack of sales, as a result of the coronacrisis to compensate for the new challenges to deal with that. That confirms that the director Fokke de Jong on the occasion of the news of The 'Financieele Dagblad' (FD).
It's going to be a State-guaranteed loan of eur 40 million, is a shareholder of CNP's Capital and puts it at 10 million euros, and the founder of The Young, and the same amount of money. "Due to the closure of the shops we have 100 million of revenue lost," says De Jong.
The Dutch, Suitsupply has worldwide in more than 150 cases. "Almost all the stores have either been in a period of a few months. In the Netherlands, and in Europe, everything is open and it's moving in the right direction, but there are some areas to go shopping again."
Young says that it is the miljoeninjectie also to prepare them for the new challenges. "This is a crisis is to have to run a marathon. We need to be sure to continue to thrive." The loss of the job, connect with the founder of Suitsupply does not matter.
"like any company, we are looking at where we can improve efficiency, can make that happen." Some of the units will be, according to him, diminished to be, and others are rich. "Such as on-line, but on balance, it is not, or hardly, lead to the loss of the job."
it is Also good to look at enhancements "to Expand the number of stores we put in a low profile."