(Finansavisen.no): - You will never find "poison pills" – giftpiller – in some of our companies. We think and act as an investor and is positive to consolidations and larger units in the industries in which we operate, " says Flex LNG-the boss Øystein Kalleklev.
Wednesday, he was among the speakers at the Astrup fearnley's offshore and oljeservicekonferanse at the Hotel Continental in Oslo. Where he presented the Seatankers group, which is controlled by shipowner John Fredriksen.16 companies
After that Fredriksen and tvillingdøtrene Cecilie and Kathrine have invested part of the fund that the Capital in the last year estimated to nok 113 billion in businesses outside of the traditional core areas of shipping and offshore, the number of companies included in the group increased to 16, writes Finansavisen.
Among these is the property company Norwegian Property, in which Fredriksen owns 59 per cent, and the debt collection company Axactor, with a shareholding of 22 percent. Gassrederiet Avance Gas Holding, where the ownership interest after the recent purchases have come up in the 20 per cent, is also new among the companies that are defined as a part of Seatankers system.
Kalleklev estimates eiendomsinvesteringene in the group at around 1.7 billion dollars.
And belåningen here is low, " he says to Mallorca.Fish and ships
the Group has about 16 per cent ownership in the oppdrettskjempen Mowi, former Marine Harvest. This company was in the year the main contributor to the development of the value of the group as a result of a good price performance and quarterly dividends.
- Mowi has shown that Fish & Ships fit well together, " says Kalleklev, according to the newspaper.
But there are still plenty of ships and rigs in the portfolio. If offshore serviceskipskjempen Solstad Offshore be included, check Seatankers in the day a fleet of 504 vessels, according to Kalleklevs fresh data.
Fredriksen and the companies in the group has since 2004 booked 352 brand new ships and rigs, most on the south Korean and chinese shipyards, writes Finansavisen.Other financial news:
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