According to the bank website, the objective of this project is to finance Varus DOOEL, a distributor of pharmaceutical and chemical products, in two tranches to support the company's investment plan. The EBRD's proceeds will be used for the construction of the new logistic/warehousing centre and upgrade of the existing facility for expanding the production capacities and a new ERP system, to support the Company's growth and expanson.
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Marko Novovicvarus@varus.com.mk+389(0)23115122+389(0)23137013www.varus.mkSkupi No. 57,
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