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Konkursramt vaskerifirma reddet men Stadil og Buch er ude

Washa er blevet ramt af konkurser to gange på syv måneder. Firmaets konkursbo er nu blevet købt af en ny investorgruppe, men direktøren forbliver den samme.

Her ses de tre stiftere af konkursramte Washa. To af dem, Max Stripp til venstre og Karim Ben M'Barek i midten, er medejer af Washa 3.0, som har købt konkursboet. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Konkursboet efter vaskerifirmaet Washa er blevet solgt, oplyser konkursboets kurator, advokat Anders Hauge Gløde til finans.dk.

Køberen er en investorgruppe med Washa-stifterne Karim Ben M'Barek og Max Stripp i spidsen. Vaskerifirmaet er gået konkurs to gange på syv måneder, og begge gange har det været med Karim Ben M'Barek som adm. direktør. Den rolle kommer han også til at få i Washa 3.0, som det nystiftede selskab hedder.

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