The EBRD is considering providing a long-term facility of US$ 10 million to a selected subsidiary of Toepfer Group (“Toepfer”), one of the world’s leading agricultural commodity trading companies.
The facility will be used to finance Toepfer’s investments in grain handling and storage infrastructure in Ukraine.
Strengthening of the Bank’s policy dialogue in the grain sector in Ukraine and demonstration of leading business practices in origination and export. Investments in additional grain handling and storage facilities will improve Toepfer’s operating efficiency with respect to the collection and processing of grain.
Toepfer Group, based in Hamburg, is one of the world’s leading agricultural commodity trading companies specialising in trading of agricultural products, such as grain, oilseeds, feedstuffs and fertilizers. Toepfer is based in Germany and is one of the leading agribusiness companies globally.
Up to US$ 10 million long-term facility.
US$ 10 million.
Once Toepfer Group has agreed the long term investment programme it will complete the Bank’s Environmental and Social Questionnaire. The questionnaire will be provided to the Bank for review which will then confirm the final categorisation of the project and agree with Toepfer Group the applicable requirements.
Kevin Brassington. Alfred C. Toepfer International GMBH (for inquiries related to financing):
Tel: +49 40 30 13-510
Iryna Prysiazhniuk, Alfred C. Toepfer International (Ukraine) Ltd. (for project-related inquiries):
16-A Petra Sagaydachnogo Str.
Tel: +380 44 2301484
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