The US$4.7 million project consists of a senior secured financing that will support the Companies' working capital to expand operations, investments for expansion to increase their storage capacity and debt refinancing. The loan will have up to 10-year tenor including 12-month grace period and will be secured by the Companies' assets. IDB Invest's financing will be complemented by advisory services related to energy efficiency and renewable energy.
The proposed financing to the Companies will support streamlining of inventory and logistics facilitating cash availability allowing for continued supply of goods from its main suppliers in Central America at cost effective pricing which is essential to support economic recovery and reduce the strain on consumers. The need to ensure the use of technology to make their operations smarter and more efficient translating into better prices and access for consumers. Recinos Imports recognizes that to move forward with its business expansion, it has to stay competitive and gain greater control of several aspects of its operations, including: (i) continued modernization and expansion of its operations; (ii) efficient use of operating factors like energy; and (iii) improvement of environmental and social standards. Having access to long-term funding to support the investments needed to maintain competitiveness is key for this type of companies.
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