Grupo Calidra, S.A. de C.V. (the "Company"or "Calidra"), with more than a century of history, is a Mexican company, leader in the production of lime, ready mixes and carbonates in Latin America with operations in Mexico, Honduras, Chile, Argentina, Colombia and Peru.
The transaction consists of three secured long-term financings, for up to US$50 million for its operations in Peru, Colombia and Argentina. The loans will have a term of up to ten years and will be used for working capital and capital investment requirements, including the potential purchase of efficient kilns and the possible opening of a lime deposit in Colombia.
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