Blue Ocean Capital, a European port infrastructure specialist investment firm, is acquiring Danser Group from its current owners. Danser is a leading independent container logistics solutions provider in North-West Europe. The new owners are looking to expand the fleet with a focus on low carbon emission transport.

Danser offers multimodal logistics solutions such as barge, rail, truck, project, and additional services. The company transported more than 1.6 million TEU in 2021. Danser’s management continues in their current roles. The transaction is expected to close this month.

‘It is a benefit for Danser’s future growth that new owners and capital are added to the company which will support Danser as an independent operator in this market,’ says Danser CEO Ben Maelissa.

Focus on low carbon emission transport

‘We are very pleased to be investing in the Danser Group and becoming part of Danser’s growth story,’ says Jacob Ingemann Olsen, Managing Partner at Blue Ocean Capital (BOC). ‘We have with interest been following the company and are pleased to be able to conclude this transaction. We are impressed with Danser’s extensive network and customer focus on operational excellence in an attractive and growing market. We look very much forward to be part of the next journey of Danser, where we will be looking to expand the fleet and service offering with a growing focus on low carbon emission transport.’

Tommy Moelgaard, Partner at BOC adds: ‘BOC is in dialogue with financial and technical partners that are keen to support and accelerate the green transition at Danser, leveraging on the company’s best-in-class service delivery and organisational know-how.’

BOC, founded in 2015 and based in England and the Netherlands, is an investment firm with dedicated investment strategies towards transportation infrastructure and logistics real estate. BOC is founded on extensive industry experience and a culture of disciplined risk management.

Picture by Danser Group.

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