According to the Bank's website, the project provides funding to the Scandagra Group A.B., an agribusiness trader and inputs supplier to farmers in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, to finance its working capital needs. No further details available at the time of disclosure.
Scandagra Group is an agribusiness trader and supplier to farmers in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, offering agricultural solutions from purchasing, warehousing, drying and cleaning of both conventional and organic grain, to fertilizer packaging and consulting services. The company is a joint venture of two Scandinavian agribusiness cooperatives - Lantmannen ek. ("Lantmannen"), a Swedish cooperative, and Dansk Landbrugs Grovvareselskab a.m.b.a. (DLG), a Danish cooperative.
Lantmannen is an agricultural cooperative and a leader in agriculture, machinery, bioenergy and food products in northern Europe. The cooperative is owned by 25,000 Swedish farmers.
DLG is an agricultural cooperative and a leader in agriculture, nutrition, animal feed and energy sectors in northern Europe. The cooperative is owned by 26,000 Danish farmers.
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PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION
Aleksandr Perekatovoffice@scandagra.com+370 694 54 019http://www.scandagra.com/Ukmerges g. 283, LT - 06313, Vilnius
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