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Creditors approve Enseada’s Judicial Reorganization Plan
After almost two years of intense negotiations, the General Meeting of Creditors approved on September 14 the Judicial Recovery Plan for Enseada, the naval, industrial and logistic-port business of Novonor Group.
According to the Plan, the Enseada shipyard will become a complex that will operate in three businesses: port operations, shipyard focused on the offshore market, and renewable energies.
For Maurício Almeida, Enseada’s president, the fact marks a new stage in the company’s trajectory, which next month will complete 10 years of creation.
“The approved Plan is in line with the strategic repositioning of the company, which began to act as a large naval, industrial, and logistics complex. Besides performing shipbuilding and offshore projects, Enseada also started to provide logistics-port and industrial solutions for clients and partners,” reveals Almeida.
The executive officer also emphasized the consistency of the Plan, seen as balanced, feasible, and adherent to the company’s new reality, and the support received. “The result of this work was reflected in the almost unanimous approval of the Plan in the Meeting. I thank our creditors, clients, advisors and members. In special, I also highlight the support of our shareholder, who provided all the financial and strategic support during the most critical moments of this process,” he assured.
The negotiation of the Plan counted on external advisory services from Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide Advogados (FCDG) and the Genius Bank. The homologation is expected to take place in 2021.