According to EBRD website, the bank provided €29.8 million loan to Ukrplastic, to finance the Company’s energy efficiency investments, launch of new product segments and to restructure its balance sheet. It aims to facilitate launch and domestic production of new international quality products currently unavailable in Ukraine. It will introduce new energy efficiency measures, which will result in significant Green House Gases emission savings, with a strong demonstrational effect for the industry. As a result of project implementation Ukrplastic will improve its corporate structure, financial transparency and management.
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