Trans Oil Regional Expansion

Location:

Regional

Project number:

46602

Business sector:

Agribusiness

Notice type:

Private

Environmental category:

B

Approval date:

15 Oct 2014

Status:

Complete

PSD disclosed:

01 Aug 2014

Project Description

The EBRD is considering providing financing to Trans-oil Group to support the expansion of their storage and grain logistics capacity.

Transition Impact

The main sources of Transition impact will be: (i) the demonstration of successful restructuring; and (ii) market expansion through backward linkages to farmers.

The Client

Trans-Oil Group is the largest soft commodity trader and edible oil producer in Moldova. It is active along the entire agriculture value chain and owns an extensive network of grain warehouses, two oilseed crushing facilities and a grain port terminal on the Danube River.

EBRD Finance

Senior secured loan of up to USD 23 million.

Project Cost

USD 30 million.

Environmental Impact

tbd

Technical Cooperation

None.

Company Contact

Vaja Dzaji
Email: vaja@aol.com

 

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