This project provides financing to Phoenix Commodities Pvt Ltd for the development of a greenfield fruit orchard in Kazakhstan, and a corresponding supply chain. The orchard will be established in 2 different locations in the Almaty region, and will produce apples, pears, peaches, apricots, plums, and cherries, and will include a complex for growing, storage, sorting, processing, calibrating, and shock freezing.
Phoenix Group, registered in the British Virgin Islands, is a private company majority-owned by its CEO, Mr. Gaurav Dhawan. The greenfield orchard will be established under a separate 100%-owned subsidiary of Phoenix in Kazakhstan, Phoenix Fruits LLP.
Phoenix Commodities DMCC
Mr. Nitin Navandher
Group Finance Controller
44th Floor, Building - AA1, Mazaya Business Avenue, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), P.O. Box 49451
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