Ukrrichflot III - Follow On Loan



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Approval date:

12 Jul 2005



PSD disclosed:

25 May 2004

Project Description

The proposed project provides a long-term loan to finance part of the acquisition costs of 5 dry cargo newbuildings, a part of the company’s fleet modernisation programme.

Transition Impact

The proposed project will include corporate governance enhancement measures to be implemented by the company. It will also facilitate inter-regional trade, and will support the company’s further fleet modernisation.

The Client

Joint Stock Shipping Company Ukrrichflot is a Kyiv-based ship owner operating in the niche river-sea and short sea markets on the Dnieper and Danube rivers, in the Black, Azov, North and Baltic Seas, as well as in the Mediterranean.

EBRD Finance

A senior loan of up to USD 28 million, to be structured as an A/B loan.

Project Cost

USD 50 million.

Environmental Impact

Screened B/1.

There will also be a requirement to establish relevant on-shore staff health and safety and environmental procedures and emergency response plans and certification according to ISO 14000, the international standard for environmental management systems, in addition to the pre-requisite safety and environmental compliance for the Project Vessels, which will be fully classed by the Russian Registry of Shipping, a member of the International Association of Classification Societies and compliance with international conventions such as MARPOL and SOLAS and the relevant river standards.

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Company Contact

JSSC Ukrrichflot
51 Nizhniy Val,
Kyiv 04071,


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