According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Korporacja Inwestycyjna Polskiej Farmacji Sp. z o.o. for on-lending to Pelion SA and its subsidiaries to fund an investment programme across the group.
The project aims to improve the logistic processes of this pharma group, facilitate market expansion and finance new types of pharmaceutical products.
Korporacja Inwestycyjna Polsiej Farmacji Sp. z o.o. is a holding company for Pelion which has successfully operated on both wholesale and retail pharma markets in Poland since 1990. The implementing company is fully owned by Mr. Jacek Szwajcowski and Mr. Zbigniew Molenda I; the founders of Pelion.
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