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PSB provided financial support to the city-forming enterprise of Kerch

CrimeaPRESS reports:

PSB established a credit-guarantee limit for the city-forming enterprise of Kerch, the shipbuilding plant named after B.E. Butoma, within the framework of which he financed the projects of the plant, including for the purpose of re-equipping the technical capacities of the enterprise, provided guarantees for the performance of the contract. Within the framework of the salary project, PSB serves more than a thousand employees of the enterprise.

PSB takes an active part in the implementation of infrastructure, investment and socially significant projects on the territory of the Republic of Crimea, including providing comprehensive support to shipbuilding enterprises. The Bank provides financing to industry enterprises for the purpose of building modern ships, projects for the modernization and diversification of production.

Before PSB, as a supporting bank of the military-industrial complex, faces a number of tasks of a national scale to support the shipbuilding industry. During its work on the territory of the republic, the bank conducted a comprehensive analysis of the needs of the industry’s clients, adapted the product line, developed a number of tools to ensure prompt decision-making on lending to enterprises, increased the client base and the volume of support. Shipyard named after B.E. Butomy is one of the largest industrial enterprises of the Republic — it is a powerful modern shipyard capable of implementing the most complex projects. The financing provided by the PSB will allow the plant to modernize shipbuilding and ship repair facilities, ensure the production of the necessary samples of modern sea vessels , — quotes the press service of the deputy chairman of the PSB Natalia Yudina.

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