According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Holbrook Sp z o.o. to i) refinance the existing debt of DCT Gdansk SA raised in 2014, ii) provide acquisition finance related to the acquisition of DCT Gdansk SA and iii) provide additional capex funding for the Company.
Total project cost has been calculated as the acquisition of 100 per cent of the shares of Gdansk Port Holdings S.a r.l, the sole shareholder of the Company.
The Borrowers are i) DCT Gdansk SA, a joint stock company incorporated in Poland to operate and manage a deep sea container terminal, and ii) Holbrook Sp. zo.o, a limited liability company incorporated in Poland which holds 100 per cent share of Gdansk Port Holdings S.a r.l incorporated in Luxembourg, which in turn holds the Company.
Mr Adam Zolnowski; Mr Janusz Swieczkowski
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+48 58 737 7737 +48 58 737 6346
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DCT Gdansk SA, 7 Kontenerowa Street, 80-601 Gdansk, Poland
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