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May 04, 2015 11:45 PM ET

Transportation Infrastructure

Company Overview of Jadranska Vrata d.d.

Company Overview

Jadranska Vrata d.d. operates a container terminal under the name Adriatic Gate. It offers cargo container warehousing, handling, and transportation services. The company is based in Rijeka, Croatia. Jadranska Vrata d.d. operates as a subsidiary of ICTSI Capital BV.

Šet. A.K. Miošića bb

Rijeka,  51000

Croatia

Founded in 2001

Phone:

385 51 33 28 06

Fax:

385 51 37 30 07

Key Executives for Jadranska Vrata d.d.

Chief Executive officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Jadranska Vrata d.d. Key Developments

Raiffeisenbank Austria to Lend €10.6 Million to Adriatic Gate Container Terminal for Port Terminal Project

Raiffeisenbank Austria signed an agreement to lend to Adriatic Gate Container Terminal €10.6 million for equipment for its new container terminal in the sea port of Rijeka. Raiffeisenbank Austria will finance 45% of the total value of the new equipment through two tranches, one worth €6.2 million and a second one totaling €4.4 million. The proceeds from the loan will be used to finance the procurement of two post-Panamax large capacity ship-to-shore cranes, six rubber-tyred gantry cranes for handling containers in the portside storage area and two rail-mounted gantry cranes.

Jadranska Vrata d.d. Opens New Quay at Rijeka Port

Jadranska Vrata d.d. announced that it has put into operation a new quay at the Brajdica container terminal in the port of Rijeka and that it plans to invest €35 million ($45.7 million) in the coming years in new equipment and in the development of the container terminal. The €30 million project for the new quay was financed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development as part of the maritime component of the Rijeka Gateway project of the Port of Rijeka Authority. The equipment deployed in connection with the launch of the 320 meter new quay consists of two post-Panamax ship-to-shore high tonnage cranes, six rubber tyred gantry cranes and two rail mounted gantry cranes and is valued at over €23 million. In the first 20 years of the concession arrangement, AGCT plans to invest €65 million in the container terminal with the goal of increasing annual traffic to 245,000 twenty-foot equivalent units by 2015.

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