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Media: Esvagt put for sale by owners

Private equity funds 3i Infrastructure and AMP Capital have hired Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan to search for a buyer for offshore carrier Esvagt, writes Insidebusiness.

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Esvagt has been put up for sale by 3i Infrastructure and AMP Capital, owners of the carrier since 2015, writes Insidebusiness.

The two private equity funds have reportedly hired Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan to search the market for a buyer. The expectation, according to the media, is to reach a sales price of around DKK 6 billion for Esvagt, acquired by the two funds from Maersk at a price of just over DKK 4 billion.

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