FERROSTAAL: EXPERT FOR EXPORT AND STRUCTURED EXPORT FINANCING
Specialized service provider for structured export finance transactions
With decades of foreign trade and cross-border financial structuring experience, a highly qualified team of professionals and specialized departments, as well as a well-established global support network, Ferrostaal Peru’s main focus is the importation of capital goods (equipment, machinery, vehicles and others), as well as spare parts, raw materials and other production inputs, with very competitive terms and conditions. This also includes the granting and/or organization of structured Export Financing solutions for our clients.
Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions GmbH (FES) operates as a general exporter and independent coordinator / facilitator / aggregator of technology for our customers, banks and equipment manufacturers. FES, which is part of Ferrostaal Trading GmbH, wields its global presence and strong regional presence. Ferrostaal Trading GmbH has subsidiaries and key agents in more than 20 countries around the world, for example, USA, Chile, United Arab Emirates, Russia and China.
Ferrostaal Peru’s Export Finance Services focus on providing optimized short-term and long-term finance structuring based on Export Credit Agency (ECA) and / or Private Risk Insurance (PRI) coverage.
- Supply of import package deals under one single contract
- Coordination of various supplies with multiple vendors and acting as purchasing agent on behalf of our clients
- Provision of technical and engineering services
- Execution of sophisticated logistical services by sea, land and air, including customs’ handling
For our customers’ imports, Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions GMBH is able to structure and arrange credit facilities granted by well-known and established global banks in cooperation with underwriters/export credit agencies (ECAs) with whom we have been associated for decades.
The integration of credit insurance into the financing structure allows us to offer very attractive terms and conditions, including, among others: competitive financing costs; longer tenors than those generally offered by local banks; and equipment financing largely devoid of collateral requirements or guarantees.