POLAND: Pozmeat to sell Robakow plant
Meat processing firm Pozmeat has revealed plans to sell its most valuable asset, a plant in Robakow, western Poland. The company, which reported a net loss of 8m Polish zloty (US$1.9m) for the Q2 2002, has already hired Dutch RaboBank to make an appraisal of the plant in Robakow. According to reports in Gazeta Wyborcza, potential buyers include unnamed sector companies from Denmark and Netherlands, or US hog giant Smithfield.
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