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Russian retailer Zenden, who planned to create in the Crimea the Shoe cluster, the cost of a billion rubles, froze the project. On Monday, February 5, reports “Kommersant”.
The project was conducted by a subsidiary of Zenden Group — LLC “Crimea shuz”. It was expected that the factory will produce up to a million pairs of shoes per year. Construction work turned in January 2017 in connection with the incompetence of the developers, and low competitiveness in the construction field of the region. About the project was announced in April 2016. Currently under litigation.
Zenden founder of the Group Andrey Pavlov repurchased shares of its partners in the “Crimea shuz” Alexander Garagorri and Denis Lysenko in March 2017. Sources in the administration of Evpatoria, where he conducted the construction, reported that the new possible launch date object to December 2019. Pavlov said that the construction will be resumed after resolving conflicts with contractors. Currently in the Crimea Zenden is small-scale production on the leased premises where produced four to five thousand pairs of shoes per month.
Zenden is a Shoe manufacturer and accessories. The company was founded in 1997. Currently, this brand has about 200 stores in more than 100 cities of Russia.
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