According to bank provided information, IFC and Mirasco are jointly conducting a feasibility study to prepare Phase I of the development of a hub-and-spoke network of modern infrastructure providing end-to-end third-party temperature-controlled logistics (TCL) services in Egypt (the Project). The Project, which results from a TCL market assessment conducted by IFC in Egypt in 2021, is being developed in collaboration with Mirasco (the Sponsor), a food-products trading company and a key meat importer into Egypt. Mirasco has been operating in Egypt since 1983 and is committed to addressing key TCL infrastructure and services constraints in the market and extending 3P TCL services to underserved areas in Egypt
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