Two Ukrainian companies interested in purchase of Kyiv Motorcycle Plant
Two Ukrainian companies, Capital Index Group (Kyiv) and Metalkontraktbud, are interested in the purchase of a 90.811% stake in PJSC Kyiv Motorcycle Plant, which will be held on August 22, the press service of the State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) has told Interfax-Ukraine.
Capital Index Group specializes in mediation in lending, financial leasing, real estate leasing. The 100% owner of the company as of July 2011 was Understar Export Corporation (the British Virgin Islands). The company's charter capital is Hr 11.6 million.
The agency has no data on the second bidder.
As reported, the tender was announced on August 1, 2012.
The starting price of the stake is Hr 32.5 million, and the bid increment is Hr 350,000.
The fixed terms of the tender require preserving the plant's core business, preventing new delayed debts to the budgets, and investing at least Hr 2.7 million in the enterprise development.
The additional terms of the tender foresee that the buyer should have experience in the production of motorcycles, their spares and components and their sale, maintenance and repairs.
The plant's core business is production of motorcycles. Ninety percent of plant's products are sold in Ukraine, and 10% are exported to foreign countries.
The plant rents two land plots of 240,106 square meters (industrial land) and 3,210 square meters (the hostel).
According to the SPF, the plant in the first half of this year saw a net loss of Hr 1.725 million, its balance loss amounted to Hr 9.802 million, sales were Hr 4.063 million.
The plant at the beginning of the second half of this year employed 211 people.
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