According to EBRD website, it will be allocated two loans of up to US$70 million, in aggregate, to FE Indorama Agro LLC to support its capital expenditure and working capital needs.
The main idea of the project is based on supporting a significant private sector investment into the cotton farming sector in Uzbekistan. It will promote mechanized cotton harvesting and bring significant environmental and operational improvements including:
The project is expected to strengthen competitiveness and enhance economic inclusion. The project includes significant operational restructuring in crop farming to facilitate improved operational efficiency and aims to introduce internationally accredited standards similar or equivalent to the Better Cotton Initiative for sustainable cotton farming in Uzbekistan.
FE Indorama Agro LLC is owned by Indorama Holdings B.V., a subsidiary of Singapore-domiciled Indorama Corporation Pte. Ltd. (IRC).
IRC is the holding company of Indorama Group, one of Asia's leading industrial conglomerates with wide interests in petrochemicals, fertilizers & related downstream businesses. IRC is wholly-owned for the benefit of Mr. S.P Lohia & his family. Indorama Group was established in 1975 in Indonesia.
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Mr. Amit Jain
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