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Hudson’s Bay now officially bankrupt, all stores closed

The court in Amsterdam ruled on the last day of December the bankruptcy of Hudson’s Bay Nederland. The department store chain announced this tonight.

All Hudson’s Bay stores will therefore be formally closed on 1 January. In the coming weeks, the branches will be completely cleared and delivered to the landlords. The trustees are further settling the bankruptcy.

Shops already closed

Last Monday, all Hudson’s Bay branches were already closed. The department stores were almost empty due to the sale campaign following the departure from the Netherlands. Hudson’s Bay had 15 branches in the Netherlands, with around 1,400 employees.

The pronounced bankruptcy of Hudson’s Bay Netherlands also closes the doors of the two stores that are closed due to one earlier statement stay open. They are the branches in the Amsterdam Kalverpassage and in the De Barones shopping center in Breda.

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