DFF - Gercek Expansion

Location:

Turkmenistan

Project number:

52698

Business sector:

Manufacturing and Services

Notice type:

Private

Environmental category:

B

Approval date:

20 Jul 2021

Status:

Approved

PSD disclosed:

02 Aug 2021

As per section 1.4.2 (iii) of the Directive on Access to Information: "For Projects approved by Bank management where the Board of Directors has delegated the approval authority, the PSD shall be disclosed at the start of the relevant no-objection notification period to a member country of the Bank in accordance with Article 13 (iii) of the Agreement Establishing the EBRD."

Project Description

The provision of a US$ 4 million to loan to Arassa Rysgal, a Turkmenistan based producer of footwear. The funds will be used to invset into the construction of new production lines to manufacture slippers made of polyvinylchloride, sport footwear and polypropylene yarn. This will help the company diversify product range and contribute to its vertical integration. 

Project Objectives

The Project will enable Arassa Rysgal to both enhance its market position and improve the production efficiency through the introduction of polypropylene yarn, part of which the company will use to manufacture the footwear while selling the rest.

Transition Impact

ETI score: 80

The DFF SME framework primarily targets the Competitive quality by helping the SMEs to restructure and to become more efficient or professional. Sub-projects can target any of the other transition qualities as the secondary objective. The majority of projects typically support the Well-governed quality by helping companies improve their financial management, or the Green quality by facilitating energy efficiency or environmental improvements.

Client Information

ARASSA RYSGAL IE

Individual Enterprise "Arassa Rysgal", a legal private entity which runs a factory producing flip flops and slippers in the city of Mary, eastern Turkmenistan

 

EBRD Finance Summary

USD 4,000,000.00

Senior secured debt of US$ 4.0m divided into two equal tranches.

Total Project Cost

USD 4,000,000.00

US$4 million loan to finance both capex and working capital needs

Additionality

Financing structure: The EBRD is offering financing that is not available from commercial sources on reasonable terms and conditions (longer grace period, FX financing, etc.)

Standard-setting: helping projects and clients achieve higher standards: Client seeks/makes use of the EBRD expertise in energy and resource efficiency and climate resiliencefinancing throught the  provision of energy and climate audits, minimum performance standards of technologies, climate related strategies and policies, monitoring, reporting and verification systems etc.

Technical Cooperation and Grant Financing

None

Company Contact Information

Ayhan Rejepova
merv.office@gmail.com
+99365894004
n/a
2.5 kilometer of the north-eastern part of the Ashgabat-Mary bypass road, Gengeshlik Gyami, Ak Bugday etrap, Ahal velayat, Turkmenistan

PSD last updated

02 Aug 2021

Understanding Transition

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