Globaltrans Reports Its Short Term Borrowings Repayment Profile
Globaltrans Investment PLC (“Globaltrans” or together with its consolidated subsidiaries the “Group”), Russia’s largest privately owned freight rail operator, subsequent to the 1H 2008 operating and financial results announced on September 15th, 2008, today reports its short term borrowings repayment profile for the period of 4Q 2008-3Q 2009:
|as of 30-Sep-2008|
Cash and cash equivalents
Long term borrowings
Short term borrowings
Short term borrowings repayment schedule:
in 4Q 2008
in 1Q 2009
in 2Q 2009
in 3Q 2009
Information presented in the short term borrowings repayment profile is based on Globaltrans’ management accounts and converted into US Dollars using the official exchange rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation as of September 30th, 2008.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
Globaltrans is the Russia's largest privately owned freight rail operator by number of rolling stock operated. Globaltrans provides freight rail transport and logistics services with over 25,000 destinations covering every major industrial region in Russia and part of Ukraine. Globaltrans' regional network encompasses 10 branch offices. The Globaltrans’ key customers are large industrial blue chip companies from the key sectors of the Russian economy.
Globaltrans is the only public company in the Russian railway sector. In May 2008, Globaltrans was listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) with a free-float of c. 30%. For more information on the company, please visit the website: www.globaltrans.com
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