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  • Oiltanking announces sale of its terminal in Copenhagen
    édité le 03/07/2023 - Plus de news de "Oiltanking" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Oiltanking"


Oiltanking announces sale of its terminal in Copenhagen
Oiltanking is pleased to announce that it has sold its 100% stake in the liquid storage terminal in Copenhagen to its affiliate Mabanaft.

The terminal has a storage capacity of 461,652 cbm and is strategically located at Prøvestenen island in the city of Copenhagen and provides storage and handling services for jet, road as well as marine fuels.

The divestment of the Copenhagen terminal is in line with the Oiltanking Group’s portfolio transformation program previously announced in November 2021. The terminal is well suited to support Mabanaft’s strategy as it adds another key location to Mabanaft’s existing network. It will enable them to expand their supply footprint in Europe and help them provide high-quality liquid fuel products to customers in the region.

“We sincerely thank our customers for the at times decades-long relationships and are convinced that they will continue to be in good hands with our affiliate Mabanaft. Having been established in the early 1970s as one of Oiltanking’s first international presences, we are glad to see that the terminal and its loyal and dedicated team continue their journey as part of the existing terminal network within our sister company Mabanaft” says Bas Verkooijen, CEO of Oiltanking.

“We are very happy to add this terminal and its dedicated employees to our network. Our focus will be to continue serving the loyal customers in the region and building on these existing relationships, while maintaining the highest safety and environmental standards there, and at all our terminals”, says Mabanaft CEO, Jon Perkins.

The sale has received all required third-party approvals and was completed effective 30 June 2023.

About Oiltanking

Oiltanking GmbH is a subsidiary of Marquard & Bahls, an agile, independent holding company in the energy & chemical sector. Through its portfolio, Oiltanking is one of the largest independent tank storage providers for gas, chemicals, and petroleum products worldwide.

About Mabanaft

Mabanaft GmbH & Co. KG is a leading independent and integrated energy company, providing its customers with innovative energy solutions for their transportation, heating, industrial and agricultural needs. The group is active in import, distribution and marketing of petroleum products, natural gas liquids, chemicals and biofuels, and supports its customers’ transition to cleaner fuels by providing alternative long-term solutions.

About Oiltanking and Mabanaft

Oiltanking and Mabanaft are both subsidiaries of Marquard & Bahls AG, an agile, independent holding company in the energy & chemical sector. Through its portfolio, Oiltanking is one of the largest independent tank storage providers for gas, chemicals, and petroleum products worldwide. For more information on Oiltanking, please visit www.oiltanking.com. Mabanaft GmbH & Co. KG is a leading independent and integrated energy company, providing its customers with innovative energy solutions for their transportation, heating, industrial and agricultural needs. The group is active in import, distribution and marketing of petroleum products, natural gas liquids, chemicals and biofuels, and supports its customers’ transition to cleaner fuels by providing alternative long-term solutions.


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