According to EBRD project description this financing is provided to Economic Society Ak Gap with the purpose of the upgrading of existing equipment for the production of PET pre-forms and screw caps.
The main objective of this investment is to upgrade the equipment which will allow the production of new type and lighter weight pre-forms and screw caps. in addition, the project will allow the borrower to convert its production line to manufacture lighter PET performs and caps.
EBRD FINANCE SUMMARY
A senior secured long-term loan of USD 2,500,000 million for financing of the Group's capital expenditure.
TOTAL PROJECT COST
Total project costs are USD 3,500,000 of which USD 2,500,000 will be provided by the EBRD and the remaining USD 1,000,000 by the Borrower through internally generated cash.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SUMMARY
Project Categorised unde C category . The Company is a long standing client of the Bank and performance to date has been satisfactory. An in-depth environmental and social due diligence has been undertaken by the EBRD throughout the past ten years of relationship with the Company, resulting in the drafting of an environmental and social action plan with a particular focus on health and safety issues.
TECHNICAL COOPERATION AND GRANT FINANCING
The Project will have a Technical Cooperation (TC) component provided by SME F&D - EU (Investment Facility for Central Asia IFCA). The TC funds will partially cover the legal due diligence costs.
AK GAP Hojalyk Jemgyyeti is located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan and is part of the Manufacturing Sector Industry. AK GAP Hojalyk Jemgyyeti has 1 total employees across all of its locations and generates $144,766 in sales (USD).
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF EBRD
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Company Contact Information
+993 12 295 772
Economic Society "Ak Gap" 171 Taze Zaman Ashgabat Turkmenistan