LAPCO

AcronymDefinition
LAPCOLost Aurora Plastics Company
LAPCOLeather and Associated Products Company Ltd (New Zealand)
LAPCOLos Angeles Paintgun Company
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The financing will support the relocation, modernization, and expansion of LAPCO's paint factory in Guatemala.
The IFC investment will improve the supply, quality, and price competitiveness of the paint supplied by LAPCO to its 6,700 micro and small business paint distributors all across Central America.
Apart from greater volumes, Lapco plans to diversify production and pursue more niche opportunities.
Lapco already produces twice what the Guatemalan market consumes in terms of paint, so exports are key to the company's strategy to growth.
As part of the deal, Lapco will develop a decommissioning plan for the existing Villa Nueva plant.
NIOC had four offshore JVs in the Gulf producing oil, of which it took control: Amoco in the Ipac JV (Amoco now part of BP); Arco in the Lapco JV including Murphy, Sun and Union Oil; Agip in the Iminoco JV including Phillips and ONGC; and Agip in the Sirip JV.
Salman (formerly Sassan), was found in 1965 by Arco (LAPCO) at a depth of 7,000-8,000 ft on the median line with Abu Dhabi, where Abu al-Bukhoosh field is an extension.
Balal, 150 km south-east of Lavan island and found in the early 1970s by Arco (LAPCO, including Murphy, Sun Oil & Union Oil), has been redeveloped and its capacity has been raised from 8,000 to 20,000 b/d since late 2002.
NIOC had four offshore JVs in the Gulf producing oil, of which it took control: Amoco in the Ipac JV (with Amoco now part of BP); Arco in the Lapco JV including Murphy, Sun and Union Oil; Agip in the Iminoco JV including Phillips and ONGC; and Agip in the Sirip JV.