According to the Bank's website, this project will provide financing to an unnamed subsidiary of Louis Dreyfus Company for the acquisition of up to 1000 grain hopper railcars in Ukraine.
Louis Dreyfus Company is an international merchant and processor of agricultrual goods, originating, processing, merchandising and transporting over 80 million tonnes of products annually.
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Louis Dreyfus Company Suisse S.A
Tel: +41-58 688 26 66
29, route de l' Aéroport, PO Box 236 CH-1215 Geneva 15
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