Turkish Agricultural Credit Cooperatives bought Aynes Gida. The sale of the company, which was transferred to the Savings Deposit Insurance Fund, was approved with an offer of ₺785 million 500 thousand.
Aynes Gida, in Denizli, where approximately a thousand workers work and 20,000 farmers sell milk daily, was put up for sale for the second time after being saved from bankruptcy.
Two companies participated in the tender with closed bid method. Turkish Agricultural Credit Cooperatives became the company that submitted the highest bid with ₺785 million 500 thousand.
Despite the increase in turnover and profit during the SDIF trusteeship period, the company was given an ‘unsustainability’ report due to its old debts.
A lawsuit was filed against the former owners of the company within the scope of the terrorist organization FETO investigation.
In the lawsuit filed due to the irregularities detected by the Capital Markets Board, a verdict of conviction was given.
Source: Trthaber / Translated by Irem Yildiz