According to the EBRD's website, this project provides financing to Mekhlopat, a supplier of consumables, equipment and engineering services to mining and energy sectors in Mongolia, to increase liquidity and resilience following the COVID-19 outrebak.
Established in 2002, Mekhlopat is engaged in supply of consumables, equipment and engineering services to mining, energy and other sectors. Mekhlopat has developed long-term relationships with leading Mongolian mining projects and has established efficient supply chains from global producers of mining consumables.
The Company is owned by Mongolian citizen Mr. Gantulga Baatarsuren.
Mr. Gantulga Baatarsuren
+976 7500 1166
Grant Plaza Complex, Suite – 801, Bayangol district, 2nd Khoroo, Peace Avenue, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
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