Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Aug 12, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Aug 14, 2018
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According to the EIB website, the project consists of the construction of a new port facility in the vicinity of the Port of Varna for the storage, handling and export of grain, vegetable oils and sunflower meals in the area of Beloslav, Bulgaria.The new facility will mainly be used for the storage and exporting operations of the promoter's produce, but will also service similar operations for other producers and exporters in the region. The main project components include dredging works, the construction of a new quay wall and operational area, six grain silos, a pump station and pipe transportation for loading liquid cargos, an administration building, connections to the road and rail network and a ship loader and other operational port equipment.
The project will contribute to the development of a comprehensive Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) node by improving the capacity and efficiency of the associated supply chain. it also promotes sea sustainable transport as an alternative to other carbon intensive transport modes and supports sustainable economic growth as well as the development of a less developed region.
Agria Group Holding JSC, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the production, storage, processing, and sale of agricultural produce in the Republic of Bulgaria. It offers wheat, barley, maize, sunflower, and rapeseed; produces grain crops and fruit trees for planting; and provides services related to various farming and technical events.
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