The proposed project is intended to finance upgrading of auxiliary fleet and refinance the short-term debt.
The project will support the promotion of tariff reform in ports dues, asset evaluation, and changes in leasing arrangements of the ports infrastructure.
Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Rosmorport” incorporated in 2003 by the Russian Ministry of Transport to manage and develop port infrastructure on behalf of the State.
USD 96 million corporate loan.
USD 150 million.
Screened C/1. A corporate environmental audit of Rosmorport is being undertaken. The audit will identify potential environmental issues associated with Rosmorport’s activities, which might include impacts associated with dredging activities, disposal of ballast water, oil spill response plans and compliance with international maritime environmental and safety standards. The investigations will result in a corporate-wide environmental action plan addressing corrective measures and guiding the Company’s operations towards good international practice. This section will be updated as soon as the environmental due diligence has been completed.
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