According to bank provided information, the project involves the provision of up to TND 20,000,000 working capital loan to Compagnie Generale des Industries Alimentaires ("COGIA" or the "Borrower") to support its olive oil procurement and bottling operations in Tunisia (the "Project"). The Borrower is one of the few leading olive oil companies in Tunisia exclusively focusing on export of bottled olive oil, and 100% owned by one of the leading agribusiness groups in the MENA region, IFFCO Group, headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Moez Zid, CFO
+216 97 696 362
+216 73 306 266
Compagnie Generale des Industries Alimentaires - COGIA SA Route de Moureddine, km 3.5, Sousse, Tunisia, 4000
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