Bleyer, a German producer of sports shoes for special activities, has filed for temporary insolvency because of cash problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The company, which employs 21 people, and its web store will continue to operate like before, hoping that the current restrictions on sports and dance events will be lifted soon. Bleyer develops specific shoes for such activities as dancing, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatics, vaulting and equestrian sports. The shoes are made in Germany, Italy, France, Morocco, Tunesia, Bulgaria and Asia. They are sold in 28 countries.