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EQT Infrastructure sells Koole Terminals

EQT Infrastructure is to sell Koole Terminals to institutional investors advised by JP Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets. The agreement is subject to the positive advice of the Company’s works council.

EQT Infrastructure acquired Koole Tanktransport in February 2011, followed by the acquisition of NOVA Terminals in October 2011. The integration of both companies formed Koole Terminals, an independent liquid bulk storage provider operating a portfolio of eight terminals in North-West Europe.
The Company operates around 2 million cubic metre with ~85 per cent of storage capacity being located in Rotterdam, the key trade flow hub in Europe. Service offering comprises best-in-class storage services and a wide range of value-added handling and transshipment services tailored to needs of customers and supported by its own shipping fleet. Koole Terminals handles a diversified product portfolio of mineral oils, vegetable oils, chemicals, oleo-chemicals, biofuels and other liquid bulk. During EQT Infrastructure’s ownership the storage capacity of Koole Terminals has tripled through organic capacity expansion and add-on acquisitions.

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