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Brands return to Nevisport as its recovery strategy kicks in

Scottish outdoorwear chain Nevisport will return to trading with a full portfolio of brands this month, after being rescued from administration.
Six of the chain’s 11 stores have already reopened, but are trading with just two brands, Sprayway and Trespass, in stock. The move follows a rescue deal earlier this month by Jacobs & Turner, which owns Trespass.
But suppliers including The North Face, Berghaus and Lowe Alpine are set to return to the chain in the next few weeks.
Nevisports stores in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Fort William, Aviemore, York and Middlesbrough have now reopened.
The retailer closed stores in Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds, Newcastle and Altrincham after it went into administration, blaming tough trading and unseasonable weather.
A Jacobs & Turner spokesman said there were no plans to bring the Trespass and Nevisport companies together. He said: “Nevisport will be run with the existing team and the same brands.”

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