ST. PETERSBURG, October 17. /Corr. Svetlana Afonina/. Company property-the bankrupt “Bright star”, ex – owner of the franchise network Carl’s Jr., re-exhibited in St. Petersburg at the auction at a reduced price in 68,85 million rubles mainly it equipment, furniture and clothing for staff of restaurants, fast food chains, according to documents published on the Unified Federal register of bankruptcy information.
The previous auction with a starting price of 76.5 million rubles were declared invalid because of absence of demands, the report says. A new auction is scheduled for November 25.
As reported, as of July 2015, the total amount of the confirmed claims of creditors amounted to 329,9 million rubles, including tax arrears – 13.3 million, the Largest amount of requirements at the time came from the Novosibirsk construction company “forest” – RUB 158 million. One of the creditors is of FC “Zenit”, he’s “Bright star” has 4,9 million rubles. in addition, the number of submitted requirements – agro-industrial holding “Miratorg” and “Krasnoyarsk beer company”.
In December 2014 the company received a notice of termination of the license agreement, the trademark Carl’s Jr., but on 13 January it entered into force. This became the basis for the closure and handling of claim for bankruptcy under the simplified procedure.
The company “Bright star” on January 12 announced the termination of the network in St. Petersburg due to the economic situation. After that the initiative group of her employees stated to the city labor Inspectorate and the Prosecutor’s office that layoffs occur with violations of the law, and that they are not paid a salary. The victims also went to the rally with a demand to pay arrears of wages.
In March 2015, the arbitration court of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region recognized as a “Bright star” bankrupt and appointed a liquidator.
Carl’s Jr. – American chain of fast food restaurants, now numbering more than 3.4 thousand points. “Bright star” opened its first school in 2006 in St. Petersburg. Since 2011, the network appeared in the cities of Siberia and the beginning of 2015 consisted of 48 institutions in Russia, including 26 in St. Petersburg.