These real branches change hands in June and July

These real branches change hands in June and July

Kaufland, Edeka & Co.

The sale continues on the real chain. In the coming weeks 13 stores will be given new owners and two will be closed. An overview.

SB department store chain Real has been owned by Russian investor SCP for almost a year. He took over from Metro Group at the end of June 2020. The real chain is to be broken, many markets are closing or are already closed.

Kaufland and edka Already secured a large number of branches. For example, the real store in Kaiserslautern, Mannheimer Strae, recently changed its flag from Edeka. Smaller retail chains like Globus are also looking to acquire some branches.

These real stores will change hands soon

Many real stores will also change hands in June and July and will change their names accordingly. An overview:

In addition, the following branches will be closed on June 30:

  • Berlin-Spandau, Klosterstrasse
  • Rhine, Lingner Strasse

And the sale continues after June and July. T-Online will keep you up to date.

Agreed on social plan for 800 employees

In the coming year, the Real headquarters in Düsseldorf will also be closed. In mid-May, the actual Management and Works Council at the head office agreed on a social plan for about 800 employees.

The social plan, negotiated in seven rounds of talks, was presented to employees in a Digital Works meeting. The respective severance pay depends on age and takes into account both past earnings and length of service with the company.

The President of the Works Council, Andreas Stegmann, emphasized: “Given the circumstances, we can be quite satisfied with what we have achieved.” Bojan Lünser, the original owner and director of labor, said the social plan was based on a fair formula.

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