Reatile acquires 30 pc non-controlling interest in Vopak

Reatile acquires 30 pc non-controlling interest in Vopak

4:20 AM, 7th August 2012
Reatile acquires 30 pc non-controlling interest in Vopak

ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: Royal Vopak will sell a 30 per cent non-controlling interest in Vopak Terminal Durban to Reatile Chemicals Pty Ltd, a South African company with three main industrial focus areas - mining services, energy and petrochemicals. Since 2009 Vopak and Reatile are jointly developing growth opportunities in South Africa. With Reatile, Vopak Terminal Durban gains a shareholder contributing extensive local business experience required to enable further growth.

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