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Kumanovo-based Zitomel faces collapse

21. July 2010. | 07:49

Source: Limun.hr/Dnevnik

Rumours have it that all drivers of Zitomel have been sent on forced vacation and the new distributor will take over their job of distributing bread.

Rumours have it that all drivers of Zitomel have been sent on forced vacation and the new distributor will take over their job of distributing bread.

Kumanovo-based mill and baking company Zitomel is on the verge of collapse.

Production halls are empty, electricity has been shut down, workers are at home and nobody knows what is going on with once the largest producer and supplier of bakery products in Kumanovo.

"The electricity has been shut down for ten days and the debt for unpaid electricity bills reached MKD 5 million. We have not received wages since February, and no one is willing to say anything about our future destiny.

The Macedonian government does not show any interest either," an employee said.

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