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"Sea-Invest" acquires majority interest in "Port Polnocny" Ltd

04.11.2008

The Belgian company "Sea-Invest" through its subsidiary "Sea Invest Polska" has acquired the majority interest in our company - officially announced Jacek Klimczak, President of the Board of the Cargo Handling and Storage Company "Port Polnocny" Ltd.

"Port Polnocny", which has 250 employees, operates a Gdansk port based terminal facility for the handling of steam and coking coal solely for export as well as liquid fuels. The "Sea-Invest" Group is specialized in operating port terminal facilities for the handling of both dry and liquid bulk cargo as well as general conventional and Ro/Ro cargo. It operates facilities in twenty-three European ports and in Africa, with five thousand employees processing an annual rate of 120 million tonnes of cargo.

The Belgians intend setting up a distribution centre in "Port Polnocny" servicing the entire region of the Baltic Sea. With their facilities suited to accommodate vessels with a draft of up to 15 metres - the so-called Baltimax type - coupled with the scheduled investment projects, "Sea Invest" aims to offer their clients top quality services at highly competitive rates.

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