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Hangö Stevedoring now part of Euroports Finland
(Posted on 12/04/22)
The entire share capital of Hangö Stevedoring has been transferred to Euroports Finland on 31.3.2022. The acquisition strengthens Euroports Finland’s strategic position in Finland and in the Baltic region. The arrangement will only reinforce customer relationships or partnerships.
“The acquisition strengthens Euroports Finland’s position as a port operator in Finland, and together, we can provide our customers with more extensive expertise and a broader range of services. We believe that Hanko provides us an excellent opportunity to establish our position as a reliable partner for any kind of cargo shipments. The company’s operations will continue as usual and we aim to further develop the company and its services”, says Sari De Meulder, the company’s Managing Director.
Euroports Finland is a part of the international Euroports Group, which operates in 39 terminals and logistic platforms globally and has a workforce of about 3,000 employees. In Finland we operate in addition to Hanko, also in Rauma and Pietarsaari. The Group will open new international cooperation opportunities for Hanko and provides significant added value to the company and its customers through the global network.
“Cooperation between the two experienced port operators has started as well as expected. A port operator as an owner is an opportunity for us,” says Petteri Sammalisto from Hangö Stevedoring. We expect to identify several shared opportunities between the companies, allowing us to offer our customers an even broader range of services”.
Euroports, one of the largest port-infrastructure companies in Europe, develop, operate, and manage global maritime supply-chain solutions for a large number of international customers in various industries. It is Euroports’ mission to be the partner of choice in delivering the highest-quality maritime supply-chain solutions. Euroports accomplish this through 34 deep sea port terminals, 5 Inland terminals and logistic platforms and a workforce of about 3,000 employees, offering a range of value-added services and multi-modal global freight forwarding, all with one aim – to deliver sustainable value to the customers.
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