EBRD will provide up to US$ 24 million equivalent to Eastcomtrans LLP-the largest private rolling stock operator in Kazakhstan for 7-year senior secured loan.
The loan contributes to the refinancing programme conducted by the Company and aims to reduce the exposure to foreign exchange related risks and to optimise the maturity profile of the Company's existing debt (the "Project").The Project will introduce a new, replicable and nationally accredited training programme to equip up to 100 young people with better professional skills in partnership with a local vocational school or university.
Eastcomtrans LLP is a private railway operator domiciled in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The Company owns and leases over 12,000 wagons with an average age of below 10 years.
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