According to the Bank's website, this project finances the acquisition of the operation rights of Tekirdag Port in Turkey under a 36-year concession from the Turkish Privatisation Authority, as well as modernisation / expansion investments in the Port. This acquisition constitutes the privatisation of the Port.
Tekirdag A.S. is a Turkish-based special purpose company that was awarded the operation rights for the Port of Tekirdag for 36 years in December 2018, and it is 51 per cent owned by Ceynak Lojistik ve Ticaret A.S., 25 per cent owned by Samsunport-Samsun Uluslararasi Liman Isletmeciligi A.S. and 24 per cent by private individuals Ali Avci, Mehmet Berzan Avci and Lerzan Avci Lulecioglu.
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