The Capital Times M&A team for the deal was led by Kyiv Partner Yevgeny Kudritsky and Advisor Vladislav Shcherbina. Capital Times acted as exclusive financial advisor to OREXIM Group in the sale of the Everi terminal. It is important to note, that OREXIM Group’s top executives Alexander Khudolei (CEO) and Tatyana Komarova (CFO) were actively involved in the project.
“This M&A deal once again confirms the high investment potential of the port industry in Ukraine, and the deal is also an indicator of trust and the hard work of the entire OREXIM Group, which was able to create a world-class terminal,” said Tatiana Komarova, CFO of the OREXIM Group commenting the deal.
This was the third deal closed by Capital Times in the port infrastructure industry in recent years. The first deal was a successful attraction of the EUR 31 million loan for Mykolaiv Grain Processing Plant from the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank for the construction of a sea grain terminal. The second deal was attracting Posco International as a foreign partner for the further development of the Mykolaiv Grain port terminal.
The Everi terminal facility was built in 2010 and expanded in 2018. It has a storage capacity of 160,000 tonnes. It can to load up to 1.5 million tonnes of vegetable oil per year for export destinations.
About OREXIM Group
OREXIM Group started its business as a small trading company back in 2004. Over the years, the Group transformed into a large holding with about 1000 employees. The main activities are the export of agricultural products, port infrastructure, and logistics services.
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