MOSCOW, February 28 - RAPSI. A commercial court postponed until March 27 the hearing on Nutrinvestholding's bankruptcy, the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI/rapsinews.ru) reported from the courtroom on Tuesday.
Nutrinvestholding is the parent company of Nutritek, a leading Russian baby food producer.
The company's interim manager said on Tuesday that four claims filed by creditors have not yet been considered and asked to postpone the hearing. The court satisfied the request.
The commercial court initiated the bankruptcy procedure against the company in October.
Nutrinvestholding is now restructuring its debts.
Nutritek was established in 1990. It comprises five factories producing baby and customized foods -- five in Russia, one in Ukraine and one in New Zealand.
Nutritek first defaulted on Eurobonds redemption in late 2008. In mid-2009, it defaulted in ruble bonds retirement. Eventually, its debt totaled about $200 million as of early 2010. Later, the company began to restructure the debt, but some creditors went to court.