According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of a senior loan of up to USD 50 million in favour of Mersin Uluslararasi Liman Isletmeciligi A.S ("MIP"), a joint-stock company incorporated in Turkiye and the operator of the Mersin International Port, to partially finance the second phase of the construction of the East Mediterranean Hub Project, which aims to increase the Port's container handling capacity.
EBRD proceeds will be used to partially finance the second phase of MIP's East Mediterranean Hub ("EMH") Project started in 2013, which aimed to upgrade and expand the port's container handling capacity. The Phase 1 of EMH Project ("EMH1") was completed in 2016. In order to maintain its competitive position, MIP is now proposing to undertake the Phase 2 of the EMH Project ("EMH2"), which primarily includes the expansion of the container facilities to provide better services with fewer restrictions to the customers.
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COMPANY CONTACT INFORMATION
Mersin International Port Ismet Inönü Blv Içel Merkez/Mersin (Içel) Turkey
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