Stefan Malul closed slaughterhouse in 2020: "Not paid to workers and suppliers"
The designated owner of Betar bought the slaughterhouse from the Sargen family for euros and closed it after ten months: "Too bad we let him use our name", the 12 workers and suppliers claimed not to be paid. Malul said: "We lost markets due to the closure" "There was a job, but he did not pay"
Thursday, 13 January 2022, 23:06 Updated: 23:14
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Stefan Malul is a businessman, one of the main ones being a kosher meat marketing business.
According to a news item published in France, in February 2020, not so long ago, Malul managed to purchase a slaughterhouse and paid a total of one euro for it to the Sergeant and the father of the family, Didier, as they feared bankruptcy after two difficult business years.
The purpose of the family was to continue to keep alive the business that was dear to their hearts and not to send the workers home.
Despite this, by December 2020, a total of ten months after taking over the business, Malul had already closed it.
The company had a total of 12 employees and they too were fired and came with serious accusations against Malul.
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"With the closures, we lost our markets because a lot of restaurants closed. When I took over the company there were already problems."
Malul (Photo: Official website, courtesy of Betar Jerusalem)
Malul himself said at the time: "With the closures, we lost our markets because a lot of restaurants closed. When I took over the company there were already problems. Someone had to change the way the company operated several years ago. In order to do work, you have to own "When I bought the company, I also had to move there and it did not happen. I discovered the problematic conditions of the property only after I bought the company."
The family that sold the mall, "Sargen", claimed to have presented it with the condition of the place before it was purchased and did not hide from him that it was an old place. "At one point we wanted to sell him the building itself, we had already signed a sale, but it did not happen. How could we sell him the place when he was no longer paying salaries? We should not have let him use our name because in the end it was our reputation that was damaged."
Another source who was involved in the matter said at the time: "When you see the potential and the scope of the business here, then it is a pity that the business closed. It is sad that this is how it ended. The slaughterhouse closed because we did not pay suppliers or inactivity."
A company that worked with slaughterhouses in the area called CAFO decided at some point to stop working with "Sergeant".
"The company owed us money before it was sold," they said, "but after that the situation only got worse. We gave an ultimatum, but the payments were always postponed, the debts grew every month. It was very difficult for us and the growers too. We had to put an end to it. We are very sorry for the sergeant's family. "