According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing for the modernization and implementation of an energy-efficient capex programme for the recently privatized JSC Indorama Kokand Fertilizers and Chemicals (previously JSC Kokand Superphosphate Plant).
According to the Bank's website, Indorama Holdings B.V. currently owns 95.54 percent of the company. The remaining shareholding belongs mainly to current and former company employees. Indorama Holdings B.V. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Indorama Corporation Pte. Ltd., domiciled in Singapore ("IRC").
IRC is the holding company of Indorama Group, one of Asia's leading industrial conglomerates with wide interests in petrochemicals, fertilisers and related downstream businesses. IRC is wholly-owned for the benefit of Mr. S.P. Lohia and his family. Indorama Group was established in 1975 in Indonesia. It is West Africa's largest of petrochemicals, including olefins, polyolefins, phosphoric acid, phosphate fertilisers, ammonia, and urea, and one of the world's largest producers of synthetic disposable gloves.
Together with its associate, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, domiciled in Thailand, Indorama Group is the world's leading producer of polyester and the leading producer of polyester feedstock (PX, PTA, and MEG) and man-made fibers. Its manufacturing activities are spread across 136 sites in 37 countries with a total sales volume of almost 25 million tons a year and annual sales value of over US$15 billion.
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