Equity fund plans to grow ferry operator in the Nordics following takeover

The stage is set for more acquisitions and more business for ferry operator Molslinjen, as it gets a new equity fund owner. The plans are not just aimed at Denmark but at the Nordic region as a whole, new owner EQT Infrastructure tells ShippingWatch.

Carsten Jensen is CEO of Molslinjen, who now gets a new owner in equity fund EQT. "We'll definitely be expanding and are looking to scale up our concept and our platform," he tells ShippingWatch. | Photo: Mols-Linjen

Backed by a new equity fund owner, the stage is set for new acquisitions and more business for Danish ferry operator Molslinjen.

But the plans do not necessarily involve only Denmark, coming owner EQT Infrastructure tells ShippingWatch.

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