Nurminen Logistics Plc will publish prospectus regarding the Rights Offering, Capitalization and indebtedness and working capital statement

Nurminen Logistics Plc                                             Stock Exchange Release              26 June 2017 at 1:55 P.M. Finnish Time

The Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority has today approved the Finnish language version of the prospectus regarding to the rights offering of maximum of 29 229 764 new shares of Nurminen Logistics (“Nurminen Logistics”).

The Finnish listing prospectus will be available on Nurminen Logistic’s Finnish website at as of 26 June 2017.

The terms and conditions of the Rights Offering were published in a separate stock exchange release on 26 June 2017.

The following table sets out the Company’s capitalisation and indebtedness as at 30 April 2017. The figures are unaudited and they are based on the Company’s group-internal monthly reports regarding the Company’s capitalisation and indebtedness as at 30 April 2017. The table is to be read in conjunction with the audited consolidated financial statements for the financial years ending 31 December 2016 and 31 December 2015 included in Appendix A of the Prospectus. No significant changes have taken place in the Company’s capitalisation and indebtedness since 30 April 2017.

30 April 2017
MEUR  (unaudited) 
Current interest-bearing debt 
Secured  2 
Total  2 
Non-current interest-bearing debt 
Secured   22 
Total  22 
Total interest-bearing debt  24 
Shareholders’ equity belonging to the owners of the parent company 
Share capital  4 
Hedge reserve 
Contingency reserve 
Hybrid bond 
Other reserves  21 
Translation differences  -7 
Retained earnings   -13 
Total shareholders’ equity  6 
Total shareholders’ equity and interest-bearing debt  30 
Net indebtedness MEUR


Liquidity (A) 
Cash and cash equivalents  4 
Total  4 
Current interest-bearing debt (B) 
Financial debt  2 
Total  2 
Net current indebtedness (C = B–A)  -2 
Non-current interest-bearing debt (D) 
Financial debt   22 
Total  22 
Net indebtedness (C+D)  21 

Working Capital Statement

The Company’s current working capital is not, as at the date of this Prospectus, sufficient to cover its needs in the next 12 months.

If the Company’s cash flow develops in the manner predicted and planned by the Company, the working capital will, as at the date of the Prospectus, be sufficient for the Company’s operative needs for the next 12 months, but the cash flow will not, according to the Company’s management, be sufficient to pay the obligations subject to security limits related to the customs bonds received by the Company from the financial institutions. The securities related to the customs bonds are, in the opinion of the Company’s management, customary in the forwarding business. The Company has customs securities related to the customs bonds from financial institutions, and the covenant terms included therein impose conditions, for instance, regarding the Company’s equity ratio (the total amount of the security limits received from the financial institutions stands approximately at EUR 8.9 million, of which amount, a share of approximately EUR 7.5 million is subject to covenant terms) (see section “Information about Nurminen Logistics—Significant Agreements—Financing Agreements”). The covenant terms had been breached on 31 December 2016, but the Company has received an undertaking from the financiers until 31 December 2017 pursuant to which no sanctions will be imposed on the Company as a result of a breach of the covenant terms. In the opinion of the Company’s management, the covenant terms of the financing agreement would not be met by 31 December 2017, upon the occurrence of which, the obligations subject to the customs security would immediately fall due for payment. It is also not certain whether the Company is able to operate in the future in such a way that the covenant and other terms included in its financing agreements would not be breached and whether the Company’s financiers would be willing, in connection with possible breaches, to re-negotiate the terms of financing or security without requiring the expedited or immediate payment of the loans or release of the security.

Provided that the Rights Offering is subscribed in full and the Convertible Hybrid Bond is executed, the Company will, according to its management, be in a position to meet the financiers’ covenant terms related to the customs securities. (See section “Background and Reasons for the Rights Offering and the Use of Proceeds”.) According to the Company’s management, the Directed Conversion Issue and the Convertible Hybrid Bond, in respect of which the Company has received subscription undertakings from Ilmarinen in the manner provided for in certain terms and conditions and the subscription of which will reduce the amount of the Company’s debt (by approximately EUR 2.4 million in the case of the Directed Conversion Issue and by approximately EUR 1.5 million in the case of the Convertible Hybrid Bond), make it possible for the Company to meet the covenant terms of the security limits granted by the financing banks. Provided that the Company meets the financing banks’ covenant terms in the manner described above, the customs security agreed upon by the Company with the financing banks would be in force until 30 June 2018.

The Company and the financing banks have negotiated, at regular intervals, on the customs securities, and it is the Company’s intention to have an agreement on the customs securities with the financing banks even after 30 June 2018. Should the Company not be successful in agreeing with the financing banks on the customs securities after 30 June 2018, the Company shall take steps to have the resulting need for additional financing covered. According to the Company’s management, the steps required to cover the need for additional financing could include (i) the reorganisation of the financing and securities, (ii) the sale of the Company’s operations and assets, and (iii) combinations of the above-mentioned means.

Should the Rights Issue and the Convertible Hybrid Bond not be executed and should the Company’s assets not be sufficient for the payment of the customs security obligations in a situation in which the covenant terms of the security limits had not been met, the need for financing shall be covered by means of additional financing and by resorting to other measures. The Company’s management has assessed the measures required to be taken in the case of possible additional financing, including (i) the reorganisation of the financing and securities, (ii) the sale of the Company’s operations and assets, and (iii) combinations of the above-mentioned means.

Nurminen Logistics Plc
Board of Directors

Additional information:

Olli Pohjanvirta, Chairman of the Board of Directors, telephone +358 40 900 6977
Marko Tuunainen, President and CEO, telephone +358 10 545 7011


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