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Otkrytie Bank provided a loan to a dealer company in Khabarovsk

Otkrytie Bank provided a loan to a dealer company in Khabarovsk
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Otkritie Bank provided credit financing for the Khabarovsk dealer company DV Scan. The next tranche of the loan for 70 million rubles was passed as part of the implementation of the preferential program of the Ministry of Economic Development.

According to the press service of Otkritie Bank, the term of crediting for replenishment of working capital is 18 months, for investment purposes - 36 months. Earlier, two more loans were approved for DV Scan: for 100 and 21 million rubles.

Nikolai Dolgushev, the manager of the Far East branch of Otkritie Bank, noted that the bank is very interested in developing a partnership with one of the market leaders in the sale of vehicles. The additional line of credit will give the company a new impetus for successful operations in both the Khabarovsk and the Far East markets.

According to Andrey Egorov, director of DV Scan LLC, the allocated funds will be used to finance the company's operating and investment activities. Expansion of the branch dealer network is planned: new service stations in Blagoveshchensk and Magadan.

DV Scan is the official dealer of the Swedish concern Scania in the Far East. Scania is a world renowned brand of trucks and comfortable buses. The company also manufactures industrial and marine engines, manufactures maintenance products, and offers financial services.

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