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PNC arranges $41.5 mn in financing for Fabpro & ParaChem
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Dec '09
PNC announced two senior secured financing facilities totaling $41.5 million for Fabpro Oriented Polymers, and ParaChem Southern, Inc.

PNC provided a $23.5 million senior secured credit facility for the acquisition of Fabpro Oriented Polymers by Tricor Pacific Capital, a leading private investment firm. Located in Kingman, Kan., Fabpro is one of the top manufacturers, developers and marketers of high-performance polymer and synthetic fiber products for the agricultural, construction and commercial industries. Tricor, which invests in middle-market companies located in the West and Midwest regions of Canada and the United States, requested the financing to fund, in part, the acquisition and to provide for future working capital needs.

PNC provided an $18 million senior secured financing package to Simpsonville, S.C.-based Para-Chem Southern, Inc. (PCS) Founded in 1952, PCS is a leading national provider of custom formulated specialty coatings, emulsion polymers and adhesives, operating in three business divisions: Polymers and Coatings, Specialty Chemicals and non-solvent adhesives, which are sold under private label or the Parabond brand. The funds, which consisted of a $12 million revolver and $6 million term loan, were sought to refinance an existing credit facility and to provide for ongoing working capital needs.

Loans are provided by PNC Bank, N.A., a member of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

PNC is one of the nation's largest diversified financial services organizations providing retail and business banking; residential mortgage banking; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management; asset management and global fund services.

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