Original disclosure @ FMO website
Updated in EWS Jan 17, 2019
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According to the bank website, FMO is providing a EUR 16mln Foreign Currency Convertible Bond facility. Zuari will use these funds for their ongoing renovation and expansion program. The investments will further improve Zuari's energy efficiency by more than 20% and will increase the production capacity for urea and ammonia. The revamp of the Goa facilities will prepare Zuari for the future, in line with the fertilizer strategy of the Indian Government, which is based on self-sufficiency and energy efficient production. Since Zuari is a listed company in India, our funding is subject to the approval from its shareholders.
According to FMO, Zuari Agri Chemicals Limited ('Zuari), incorporated in 1967, belongs to the Adventz Group. Zuari is one of the leading fertilizer conglomerates in India, engaged in the manufacturing and trading of fertilizers. The company produces high-quality complex fertilizers of various grades along with seeds, pesticides, micro nutrients, and specialty fertilizers. The manufacturing complex is located in Goa, India, and also houses a 7.5MW gas based power plant, supplying power to the ammonia and urea plant. The sales are made through a network of approx. 2,700 dealers and almost 100 retail stores. All products are sold and marketed under its brand name 'Jai Kisaan', which is the oldest and one of the most well-known brands in India. The Company is listed at the Mumbai Stock Exchange.
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