CCL Products (IFC-31799)

  • Vietnam
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Specific Location
Cu Kuin Industrial Complex, Dak Lak Province, Vietnam
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Voting Date
Jun 29, 2012
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Investment Type(s)
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 18.00 million
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Project Cost (USD)
$ 50.00 million
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ IFC website

Updated in EWS Sep 17, 2019

Disclosed by Bank Mar 26, 2012

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Project Description

The NCL applied a loan from IFC with a total amount up to US million 20 for add packaging line, ancillary and line balancing equipment, and also continue funding its operation activities in Dak Lak province, Vietnam.

Investment Description

CCL Products India Limited ('CCL'), an instant / soluble coffee processor in India was established in 1995. NCL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Jayanti Pte Limited, Singapore, which in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of CCL. CCL exports instant coffee to second tier brands and private labels in over 58 countries. It has a plant with processing capacity of 15,000 metric tons per anum (“MTPA”) in Andhra Pradesh, India and a granulation-cum-packaging plant with a capacity of 3,000 MTPA in Switzerland.

In Vietnam, the Company is called NGON COFFEE COMPANY LIMITED – NCL. This CCL's subsidiary was established in 2009 as an instant coffee manufacturer in Dak Lak province of the Central Highlands Region, Vietnam. NCL has recently completed the construction of a green field instant coffee manufacturing facility with an annual processing capacity of 10,000 MT. It now plans to add packaging lines, ancillary and line balancing equipment and also secure financing for its working capital requirements (the "Project").

CCL is promoted by Mr. Challa Rajendra Prasad, who together with his family, holds a 35.25% stake in CCL. The remaining stake is held by foreign collaborators (13.4%), institutional investors (15.91%) and other public shareholders (35.43%).

The project cost is estimated at US$50 million. IFC proposes a loan of up to US$20 million for its own account.

Contact Information

1/Project Contact
Mr. Jaju Laxmi Nivas
Deputy General Director
Ngon Coffee Company Limited
Cu Kuin Industrial Complex
Cu Kuin District, Dak Lak Province,
Tel +84-500-3642199
Fax +84-500-3642198
E-Mail :
Website :

2/Local Access for Project Documentation
Ngon Coffee Company Limited
Cu Kuin Industrial Complex
Cu Kuin District, Dak Lak Province,
Tel +84-500-3642199
Fax +84-500-3642198

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