According to the Bank’s website, the Port of Bridgetown Barbados ("BPI", the "Port" or the "Borrower") is a combined facility which operates two functions through one port of entry: cruise tourism and cargo operations. BPI, a state-owned entity, is planning to undertake the following activities: the separation of its berths which currently service both operations via the construction of an additional berth (Berth 6) for cargo operations and the purchase of equipment. IDB Invest will therefore provide a corporate loan to BPI for the development of this cargo berth and purchase of equipment.
Investment type not available at the time of the snapshot.
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CONTACT NAME: Karen Forde
POSITION: Chief Financial Officer
IDB Invest Contact
ADDRESS: 1350 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
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