According to the bank, the proposed project will support expansion of Durango paper mill, biomass-based cogeneration facilities in paper mills in Durango and Oaxaca and investments in new recycled paper collection centers, among others (the “Project”).
Bio Pappel S.A.B. de C.V. (“Bio Pappel” or the “Company”) is a Mexican, family-owned, company engaged in the manufacturing of paper and paper products with paper mills, corrugated boxes and notebook factories, and recycled paper collection centers in Mexico, U.S. and Colombia
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