According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to the borrower in order to make energy efficiency capital expenditures and working capital financing in order to increase operational efficiency and improve the environmental standards of the company.
Established in 1989 and privatised in 2006, NFN is a ferronickel producing company based in Drenas, Kosovo. It produces high quality nickel with all production destined for exports averaging 7,000 t annually at full capacity. NFN is the largest exporter in Kosovo, accounting for about 40% of the country's exports and is one of the largest private employers.
In August 2018, Balfin, the largest private conglomerate group in Albania, acquired 90% of the Company's shares via a UK-entity NKL Ltd., with the remainder owned by a privately held Clearglass Investment Limited (Cyprus).
Mr. Steven Grunerud
+355 4 2389252
Besim Mala Street no.227, 13000 Gllogoc, Republic of Kosovo
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