Photo Release: EXIM Thailand Finances Asia Green Energys Investment in Lighter Fleet to Promote Thai Maritime Potential

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday June 24, 2019 10:18
Bangkok--24 Jun--EXIM BANK

Mrs. Warangkana Wonkhaluang, Senior Executive Vice President of Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM Thailand), and Mr. Panom Kuansataporn, Chief Executive Officer of Asia Green Energy Plc., recently signed a loan agreement whereby EXIM Thailand provided a credit facility of 342.40 million baht to finance the company's construction of 16 lighters, total freight capacity of 41,600 tons, with an aim to cater for freight transport demand and enhance Thai maritime business development at EXIM Thailand's Head Office.


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