Farmakom MB, four lead mines, up for sale

Following a decision declaring it bankrupt, the Sabac, western Serbia-based concern Farmakom MB, appraised to be worth around 1.2 bln dinars, has been put up for sale.

06 Decembar 2019 12:27

BELGRADE - Following a decision declaring it bankrupt, the Sabac, western Serbia-based concern Farmakom MB, appraised to be worth around 1.2 bln dinars, has been put up for sale.

Its property consists of lead, antimony and zinc mines at Rujevac, Stolice, Kik Dolic and Ravnaja, as well as immovable property at Planina, Brstica, Kostajnik, Likodra, Krasava, Tolisavac and Zavlaka and associated movable property and receivables, the eKapija portal reported.

A Sabac transformer station, appraised at 4.7 mln dinars, as well as inventories at Dobric, equipment at Guca and office furniture at the company's Belgrade office is also up for sale.

Bids may be submitted to the concern's bankruptcy administrator until January 27, 2020.

A public opening of bids will take place on the same day, 15 minutes after the expiry of an 11.45 am deadline for bidding.

(1 euro = 117.5 dinars)

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