According to EBRD website, the project assumes the construction of an Oriented-Strand Board (OSB) production facility to meet the growing demand for OSB products in Ukraine and in the export markets. Kronospan will also invest into creation of cluster for furniture producers, a new transformer substation, bio-mass boiler and WESP filter at the site.
A senior loan of up to €116 million, of which up to €40 million would be syndicated in A/B-loan structure.
Kronospan UA is a wholly-owned Ukrainian subsidiary of Kronospan Holdings PLC, Cyprus.
Kronospan is the market leader in the wood-based panel sector. It manufactures wood-based panel products at over 40 sites and has 16 distribution centres in 21 countries.
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