Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Mar 31, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Jul 15, 2022
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As stated by the EBRD, the project consists of a senior loan of up to EUR 150 million in favour of DCT Gdansk Sp. z o.o. and its 100% holding Baltic Hub Sp. z o.o., both incorporated in Poland. EBRD loan will be part of a wider debt package of up to EUR 863.5 million provided jointly with commercial banks to i) refinance the Company's existing debt, ii) capex for construction of Terminal 3, and iii) provide working capital for the Company. EBRD's loan will be focused on capex facility and will contribute to funding construction of Terminal 3, upgrade and renewal of the equipment on Terminals 1 and 2 and additional yard development within the Port of Gdansk.
The Project is anticipated to add 1.47 million TEUs of capacity allowing the Company to meet growing demand. The project will also incorporate latest energy efficient technical solutions.
As stated by the EBRD, Baltic Hub Sp. z o.o. is a limited liability company incorporated in Poland which holds 100% share of DCT Gdansk Sp. z o.o..
DCT Gdansk Sp. z.o.o. is a limited liability company incorporated in Poland to operate and manage deep-sea container terminals.
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Client - DCT Gdansk SA:
T3 Development Unit
Phone: +48 58 737 63 17 / +48 58 737 63 50
Address: 7 Kontenerowa Street, 80-601 Gdansk, Poland
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