BORDER Timbers will soon restructure its balance sheet after the group signed a long-term loan agreement for US$7 million from European firm DEG Finance, chairman Heinrich von Pezold said.
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He told shareholders at an annual general meeting in the capital this week that the long-term facility should put the balance sheet on a sound footing. Border’s borrowings were US$19 million in the year to June.
Von Pezold said the group would begin to draw down from the facility at the end of the month.