The proposed financing consists of a Long-term Senior Loan to Empresas Ariztia, for up to US$20 million and a maximum term of 10 years, for the company's investment program for the years 2021 and 2022, aimed at increasing production, implementing new technologies and efficiencies, improvements in terms of animal welfare, as well as their maintenance investments. Additionally, a second loan, which consists of a committed revolving line to finance working capital for up to US$30 million, with an availability period of 65 months, disbursements within 390 days, and intended to finance working capital related to the line bird genetics.
Empresas Ariztia is one of the main poultry producers in Chile, with national and export sales, and value-added products in chickens, turkeys and cured meats. The company is vertically integrated in the production chain, from the production of the feed, through the incubation, fattening and processing of poultry meat, to the distribution and sale of the final product. In addition to poultry products, it also sells eggs, mushrooms, cheeses, butter, vegetables and other meats.
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