July 23, 2017 3:33 PM ET

Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods

Company Overview of E.LAND Co., Ltd.

Company Overview

E.LAND Co., Ltd., through its subsidiaries E.Land Ltd, E.Land World Ltd., Netishion Ltd., and Deco Ltd., manufactures and retails apparel. The company offers casual wear, women's and children's apparel, innerwear, footwear, sportswear, and accessories. It markets products under Little Brenn, Deco, Wblin, C.O.A.X, Body Pop, New Balance, and OST brand names. The company also focuses on construction, leisure, and food retail sectors. E.LAND Co., Ltd. was founded in 1980 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.

19-8 Chanjeon-dong


Seoul,  121-190

South Korea

Founded in 1980


82 2 323 0456


82 2 323 5582

Key Executives for E.LAND Co., Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman
Age: 60
Chief Executive Officer
Age: 52
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

E.LAND Co., Ltd. Key Developments

E-Land To Delay Listing Of Retail Unit

E.LAND Co., Ltd. has decided to push back its plan to take a retail unit public, as the local bourse operator remains reluctant to let the financially strapped company raise money on the capital market. 'We had initially planned to list E-Land Retail on the local bourse in the first half of this year. But given unfavorable market conditions, we decided to delay the IPO plan by one year,' an E-Land Group official said. E-Land Park, an affiliate of E-Land Retail, has become a liability ever since it came under criticism for not paying part-time workers. So we opted to first separate E-Land Park from E-Land Retail and start the IPO process over again.'

E-Land Not To List Chinese Arm

E.LAND Co., Ltd. plans for pre-IPO placement for E- Land Fashion China Holdings Limited has fallen apart over its plans to sell off the brand Teenie Weenie. Although E-Land hopes to raise about KRW 2 trillion from the sale of Teenie Weenie, general partners who had been working on the pre-IPO have called off negotiations.

E-Land Co. Ltd. Seeking To Sell Kim's Club.

E-land Group, a South Korean fashion giant will sell Kim's Club Mart, its supermarket chain operator, through open bidding. A US private equity giant Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is the successful bidder for South Korean hypermarket chain Kim’s Club. E-Land and KKR plan to conduct due diligence and set the selling price before signing a final contract in early May. Some speculated the group might try to sell only part of Kim's Club to the buyout firm and repurchase it later.

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