Up to USD 10m, six-year senior secured loan to Nyva Pereyaslavshchyny LLC to support long-term investments, including grain storage capacity increase, modernisation of existing feed mill, irrigation systems and a portion of other agricultural machinery.
The project will enable Nyva to increase its operational efficiency and vertical integration, as well as improve its productivity with application of irrigation and increased grain storage capacity in Ukraine.
ETI score: 71
The Project is expected to generate transition impact under the "competitive" and "green" transition qualities:
- Competitive: the Project is expected to contribute to policy engagement for the advancement of sector regulation on antibiotic use and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in pork production in Ukraine.
- Green: the Project entails improving climate resilience of production by reusing wastewater from rendering facilities. The client is also committed to undertaking a comprehensive GHG emissions assessment of its livestock operations using the FAO GLEAM method (Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model) that is novel in Ukraine.
NYVA PEREYASLAVSHCHYNY LLC
Nyva Pereyaslavshchyny LLC is the main operating entity of a vertically integrated group of companies engaged in crop farming, pig breeding and meat processing in Ukraine.
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The Bank's financing bridges a financing gap which results from the Covid-19 pandemic. The Bank is able to provide non-financial support by helping the client develop the assessment of the GHG footprint of their livestock operations and will undertake a GLEAM-i assessment of their livestock operations.
In addition, the Bank and the client will engage in a policy dialogue in relation to AMR in pork production in Ukraine, which is ultimately expected to translate into opportunities for enhancing the sector competitiveness.
Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised B (ESP 2019). Nyva is an existing client of EBRD and was subject to independent environmental, social and animal welfare due diligence when the first project was undertaken in 2013. In the context of the second project with the company, additional third party environmental, social and animal welfare due diligence was undertaken to monitor implementation of actions agreed under the existing project and understand the additional environmental and social impacts that might be associated with the construction of the proposed new facilities. For both projects, environmental and social action plans (ESAPs) were agreed with the company to ensure compliance with the Bank's Performance Requirements (PRs). It should be noted that the IFC is also a four-time lender to Nyva and has, likewise, undertaken due diligence against World Bank requirements and agreed ESAPs with the Company.
Previous due diligence and monitoring has demonstrated that the company effectively deals with the key environmental and social issues. Monitoring of the company has demonstrated satisfactory E&S performance to date and that both ESAPs have been completed. The company has implemented environmental management and health and safety management systems at the corporate level and E&S impacts are managed in accordance with those management systems, Ukrainian law and EU requirements for modernisation, or design of new, facilities. Principles for human resource management are reflected in the company's articles of association, internal labour regulations, regulations for remuneration, and social guarantees for the company's employees in accordance with the collective agreement. The collective agreement applies to all company's employees. Animal welfare is maintained at a very high level and the company is committed to improving the welfare of pigs as evidenced by the commitment to ensure that all new facilities are designed and constructed to EU standards. Likewise with biosecurity, which the company understands is one of the main risk issues, and implementation of strict biosecurity procedures is a top priority with a high level of compliance.
The proposed new project with the company is not associated with any additional E&S risks that cannot be addressed through existing management systems. It is noted that a number elements of the project contribute to Green TI including the use of more modern slurry spreading equipment, so reducing ammonia emissions, and re-use of waste waters for irrigation purposes. In support of this, the company will be required to further develop its manure management through the development of a manure management plan compliant with the best availbale technology reference document for the Intensive Rearing of Poultry or Pigs. The company is required to continue compliance with the Bank's Performance Requirements and provide annual E&S reporting to the Bank.
Technical Cooperation and Grant Financing
Legal due diligence costs to be covered by the TC under Project Preparation Support Programme for Agribusiness Projects in Ukraine (1414). The TC is funded by Japan-EBRD Technical Cooperation Fund.
Company Contact Information
+380 50351 8695
08420, Nyva Pereyaslavshchyny LLC 2 Pryvokzalna str v. Pereyaslavske district of Pereyaslav- Khmelnitskiy region of Kiev Ukraine
PSD last updated
19 Apr 2021
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