Jindichohradeck liqueur Fruko-Schulz change of owner. Rut shareholders from the Ladoga group will be sold by the end of the year, the Czech company will now own the liquor. Likrka editor Josef Nejedl said this in TK on Wednesday. Due to the flight to Ukraine, the company lost some customers, and the bank also ended its long-standing cooperation. Rusk group Ladoga owned 90 percent of the company until now.
Likrka died last Thursday after taxing 1.2 million crowns. In two years, she should have made a profit of 1.3 million. Revenues from the sale of products, services and goods rose by 13 percent year-on-year to 264.8 million. A profit this year. In March 2024, Ibalgin gin will cease to be produced, due to a legal dispute with the pharmaceutical company Sanofi, resulting from crows from the beginning.
“They don’t sell Russian shares because buyers and banks always turn to them. Therefore, sell your scoundrels (rut owner),” said Nejedl TK. Ladoga currently owns 90 percent of the shares of the company Furato, Nejedl has a ten percent share. The new owner of the liqueur will be an Czech company, Nejedl did not say how. Russia has been the company’s biggest foreign customer so far, with 65 percent of the company’s exports there last year. To Russia, a company with approximately 80 employees dl ev. Ladoga became the first owner of the liqueur in 2013.
Losk called Nejedl a turning point, mainly because of the wolf’s move to Ukraine, which caused problems for the company. It was also subject to anti-Russian sanctions. “Some partners have made it clear that they no longer want to do business with the company. They terminated the contracts and tried to take away the goods from us,” said the editor. The partners closed the Mall.cz and Alza.cz e-shops, but also a large customer such as Ahold and Lagardere. The financing bank, Moneta Money Bank, also ended the cooperation, and it was a liquor store for 25 years. Nov is a client of Fio banka. Etzec Globus ended the cooperation last year at the end of the year, but later renewed it. Coop stores remained a significant domestic customer.
He gave problems and caused the destruction of the import of goods from Russia. The end of the import of tsarsk vodka brought about a “perceptible” drop in turnover and profit. Likrka represented the Ladoga company for the sale of their spirits in the EU. sten made up for the failure by selling Ukrainian vodka Hlibna dar, from which a liqueur was donated to charity. The company does a lot of business with Ukraine. It represents the Ukrainian company Bayadera on the domestic market. The company also had to find a new supplier. It imported bottles, labels, cartons and raw materials from Russia. Barrister gin was also brewed.
Likrka thus had a dispute with the pharmaceutical company Sanofi, the manufacturer of the drug ibalgin. Fruko-Schulz produced a gin with the same name. Sanofi sued her for a comparative first trademark. The dispute ended with an out-of-court agreement, in March 2024 the grown liqueur will be sold and produced, and Sanofi will not want financial compensation, as a result of the initial claims.
Last year, the liquor store produced 3.18 million liters of spirits, an increase of nine percent. Of this, 27 percent was exported. The company exported 1.37 million bottles last year, an increase of 22,500 per year. Exports accounted for 39 percent of revenue last year, which is an increase of five percent compared to the previous year. The company exported the most to Russia, 64.6 percent of the volume was exported. The second main market is Slovakia, followed by Bulgaria and Taiwan. Last year, the liqueur exported alcohol to 31 countries, including the United Arab Emirates and Mauritius.
Most of all liqueur products are domestically produced. The company is the second largest producer of domestic rum in Russia after Bok. Last year, it sold over two million liters.
Likrka continues the tradition of the Moritz Schulz company, which has been producing fruit and dessert wines in the city since 1898. After its birth in 1948, the company fell under the Jihoesk Fruta group. In 1993, the Fruko-Schulz company was established.