Libbey, a glass tableware manufacturer, secured exit financing consisting of a $150 million term loan and a $100 million asset-based lending facility and expects to emerge from Chapter 11 with under $200 million of funded debt.
Libbey received a term sheet from seven of its lenders to provide $150 million in exit financing. Libbey also expects to replace its $100 million DIP revolving credit facility with a new exit facility with approximately $20 million initially drawn.
Libbey received court approval of the first day motions of its voluntary Chapter 11 petitions, including approval of an initial $30 million of proposed DIP financing for which Cortland Capital Market Services is serving as administrative agent and collateral agent, according to an 8K.
Alvarez & Marsal is serving as restructuring advisor to Libbey, which filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. In addition Libbey’s existing lenders agreed to provide up to $160 million in DIP financing.