According to the Bank's website, this project finances the capacity expansion programme and infrastructure upgrade at Kronospan FLLC's plant in Smorgon, the creation of a furniture production cluster and a multifunctional training and exhibition complex at the site in Smorgon, as well as to restructure the Company's balance sheet.
The EBRD is organising a financing package of €208.8 million out of which up to €40 million will be syndicated to commercial banks.
The total project cost consists of: 1) EBRD A-loan: Capex of EUR 85m, consisting of €40m Capex at Kronospan Smorgon and €45m at Kronospan Mogilev. 2) EBRD A-loan: refinancing of existing EBRD debt of €83.8m, consisting of €44.2m at Kronospan Smorgon and EUR 39.6m at Kronospan Mogilev. 3) EBRD B-loan: refinancing of investment payables of €40m at Kronospan Smorgon.
Kronospan OSB FLLC (Kronospan Mogilev) and Kronospan FLLC (Kronospan Smorgon) are leading producers of wood-based panels in Belarus, subsidiaries of Kronospan Holdings East LTD, 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 30 countries.
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