The pace of syndication was slowed by the weak outlook for the oil and gas sector - oil prices have dropped 70% over the last 18 months and are in sight of 13-year lows - and Angola’s credit rating which was dropped to BB- mid-2015.
Rockwell Collins will put the funds to capital expenditures, which it pegged at $200 million for 2016.
The two-tranche loan was backed by a commercial lending consortium and export credit agencies.
The trader will use the extra working capital to boost its inventory to cope with new business in Europe and North America.
The problems have forced some banks to continue transacting payments through intermediary banks in Oman and Turkey.
The offering is backed by a $175.86 million portfolio of leases on 38,803 containers.
Maglital - which sells accessories and clothing under the brand Cruciani - is planning a €21 million international expansion, opening 20 stores and 100 franchising points worldwide, with a focus on China and Turkey.
The appointment follows Lord Maude's resignation today.
A number of African trade finance DFIs are either out to the bank market, or expected to come to market in the coming months, for fundraising and refinancing of on-lending facilities.
Deliveries will begin by the end of 2016.
The improved availability of credit is expected to benefit producers and importers in emerging markets, including small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
The announcement follows on from FIMbank's recent appointment of a head of treasury.
The focus of the new office will be to promote intra-trade among the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries
MUFG has been appointed sole bookrunner for the loan.
The Dutch export credit agency and Opic will cooperate to increase insurance for private investors in the renewable energy, agribusiness and water sectors in emerging economies.
Financial details are sketchy - all Frode Foss, CFO of Norwegian, will offer up is that the syndicated revolving credit is a “milestone in Norwegian’s ongoing program for financing direct-buy aircraft”.
The company has been hit by poor prices for ferro-chrome and chrome ore, particularly the sharp declines seen since November 2015.
Johnson succeeds Roger Ellender who has retired.
Banks were invited to participate in the two-year credit facility
Bharat tendered the lowest bid for the scheme, beating offers from a consortium of Marubeni Corporation and Larsen & Toubro; and Harbin Electric International Company, Alstom and Jiangsu Etern Company.