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There is still time to submit offers on shares, commercial and residential properties across Pietermaritzburg, Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town, as well as furniture manufacturing assets collectively valued at R800m.
That’s the word from the joint business rescue practitioners, Manci Knoop Financial Services and Coronado Consulting, who have extended an invitation to bid for investment and residential property and a furniture manufacturing and retail business, namely: Investments (Pty) Ltd, Nungu Trading 478 (Pty) Ltd, Azure Blue Investments 31 CC, Silver Shadow Trading 508 CC, Robfair Investments 229 CC, Collateral Trading 224 CC, all in business rescue.
Offers on shares (to be sold as a going concern) immovable and movable assets belonging to the concerns mentioned above will be accepted individually or collectively in defined lots.
Fifteen properties, comprising retail parks, offices and showrooms; mixed-use commercial premises; vacant land; residential dwellings and a corporate guest-house are available.
One of the properties in question includes the Howick-based SHF Head Office comprising a retail office, two factories, a design centre and a distribution centre measuring 22 837sqm’s in total. Tenants include SHF, Dot Com, Romesco Olives, Natfurn, Howick Showroom, Comfy Lounge, and DC Warehouse.
After shares and property, there remains home furniture stock, high-end machinery and equipment, office furniture, point-of-sale systems, light to heavy commercial vehicles to be sold.
Interested parties have until 5:00 pm on Monday the 24th of August to submit their offers electronically to [email protected].
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