Royal Vopak completes divestment in Malaysian subsidiary

Vopak divests Malaysian subsidiary

4:32 AM, 28th November 2013
Royal Vopak business news

ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: Royal Vopak has completed the divestment of its 100 per cent -equity interest in Vopak Terminals Pasir Gudang Sdn Bhd (VTPG) in Malaysia to PGEO Group Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wilmar International Limited. The divestment of the chemicals terminal is part of the continuous drive to further align the terminal network with long-term market developments.

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