Raiffeisen Bank OKs EUR 7 mln loan for the largest food ingredients plant situated in Alba Iulia

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Raiffeisen Bank Romania has funded, with nearly EUR 7 million, the investment made by Supremia group, situated in Alba Iulia in a new food ingredients factory. The total value of the investment reaches EUR 9 million. The rest of the sum is covered by the company through European funds worth EUR 1.7 million. 
The food ingredients factory – which was built on an area of 50,000 square meters provided by the Alba Iulia city hall – is equipped with an automatic dosing and packaging line for condiments, a laboratory for probing the quality of products, the most modern cryogenic mill in South-Eastern Europe and a research and development center. 
Supremia group was founded in 2000 with Romanian capital and is owned by Levente family and Mihaela Bara from Alba Iulia. Currently, the group has 170 employees, headquartered in Alba Iulia and offices in Bucharest and Bacau. Supremia portfolio has over 1,200 customers in Romania and Eastern Europe. Group’s turnover was EUR 24 million in 2010. 

 

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