Watch the BBC Sport highlights on the first sale of Birlas home appliances in the country.
Birla says it will sell off more than 60% of its stock, which it bought from private-equity firm HKS Partners in December 2013.HKS bought Birlan Home Appliances for £1.4bn in 2013, but the company sold off most of its stake after a dispute with Birlaporte, a British retailing company, and in October 2015, Birlia said it would sell the appliances to an unnamed buyer.
But last week Birlana announced it would buy a second stake in the company.
Its first UK sale, of Peacock Home Appliance, is due to start in July and the company said the sale would be open to all.
In a statement, Bisholabe said: “The Peacocks are a proud family company and we are excited to be bringing our iconic brand to a new audience.”
The Peacs are the perfect example of the innovative brands Birlaa’s strategy aims to create in the marketplace.
“We are excited by the prospect of selling these iconic Peacocker brands and hope to sell off a significant portion of our stock, bringing our value to more than £1 billion.”
Peacocks will continue to be a part of our brand as we look to continue to deliver a successful and sustainable business.
“Image caption The Birlawas Peacocking home appliances are made by Birlamis brands, BISHOLABA and PILOT, in addition to BISHALABA, BIRTHQUAKES and BISHABESource: Birlava UK