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Kissinger Sonne GmbH & Co. KG has filed for insolvency. Yesterday, the Local Court of Schweinfurt then ordered provisional insolvency administration for the care provider’s assets and appointed Mr Peter Roeger from PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH as provisional administrator.
The attorney said, “The business is still fully operational. This means that all patients are being well looked after and will continue to receive the usual level of care from staff. I am currently preparing the pre-financing of insolvency substitute benefits together with my team. This will ensure that the 45 employees continue to receive their pay as normal.” Those responsible have already informed the employees about the latest developments.
Restructuring expert Mr Roeger continued, “We are currently gaining an overview of the financial situation and will review all restructuring options for the business.” The PLUTA restructuring team includes business lawyer Mr Robert Schweinshaut and others.
The company filed for insolvency due to liquidity problems. With costs running high at this time, there has been a resulting impact on the sales and revenue structure. “The team is motivated, and I am delighted with that. We will support the provisional insolvency administrator to the best of our abilities,” said managing director Mr Oliver Klöcker.
High-quality care services
Kissinger Sonne has been offering professional care, support and assistance in day-to-day life in Bad Kissingen and its surroundings as well as in Schweinfurt for over 20 years. The company’s services include outpatient care, home support (grocery shopping, etc.) and adult day care. It also runs an elderly care home providing round-the-clock short-term and long-term support for people in need of assistance. A high quality of care is guaranteed.