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Unifeeder takes majority stake in Feedertech

Unifeeder is expanding into the Singapore/SEA feeder market by taking a 77% stake in Feedertech and its regional shortsea affiliate Perma

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Unifeeder takes majority stake in Feedertech

The transaction is expected to close at the end of this year. Feedertech Group’s Chairman, Ali Maghami, will retain the remaining 23% shareholding.

 

Established in 2003, the Group operates two companies; Feedertech, which is a feedering service and Perma, a regional shortsea network. Both operate in the same market and connect the fast-growing trade route of Asia-Middle East via the Indian Subcontinent. The Group generates annual revenue of close to S$200M from a diversified customer mix, calls at 50 ports and transports over 600,000 TEU annually.


“The Feedertech Group has enjoyed great success over the years and we are proud of our achievements," said Ali Maghami. "We believe the transaction with Unifeeder, and the support of DP World, will allow us to
take the business to the next stage of its growth. Both Feedertech and Unifeeder share similar business models and a desire to reduce inefficiencies, and by combining the expertise of the two entities, we believe we can deliver a high-quality product for our customers.

 

"Furthermore, being part of the DP World family, will allow us to benefit from their deep relationship with end customers and wide global network. We look forward to a prosperous future together.’’


Through Feedertech and Perma, Unifeeder will now have the capability to offer feedering and regional shortsea connectivity in Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the Indian
Subcontinent. It also enables opportunities in the fast-growing coastal shortsea trade on the Indian Subcontinent, complementing the existing India logistics strategy of DP World.


‘‘This is yet another strategic step in our vision to build a global presence, offer a broader network of solutions to customers and leverage the way we engage with them to create the most comprehensive and integrated solutions across multiple geographies," said Jesper Kristensen, CEO of Unifeeder.

 

"We are excited to be joining forces with a company that operates on the same values as us. Feedertech’s asset-light business model and approach to preserve the common-user independent platform that focuses on flexibility, reliability and providing sustainable logistic solutions, made it a clear fit for Unifeeder.’’

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