According to the Bank’s website, the transaction consists of an uncommitted revolving line of reverse factoring (the "Factor Line") in favor of Grupo Fonderia S.A. de C.V., for the discount or monetization of credit rights that arise from the sale of goods and or services from suppliers to the Company. Fonderia is a group dedicated to the manufacture of steel products from recycled scrap. The Company has four production plants, all located in the industrial zone of San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
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