Company Overview of Associated British Ports Holdings Limited
Associated British Ports Holdings Limited engages in the development, ownership, and operation of port facilities; and provision of related services to ship and cargo owners and other users of seaports in the United Kingdom. The company’s ports handle vehicles, containers, dry bulks, forest products, fresh produce, general cargo, liquid bulks, passengers and cruises, offshore wind, roll-on/roll-off and ferries, and steel and other metals. It also operates marinas, rail freight terminals, and dredging fleet, as well as provides ship's agency and marine consultancy services. The company owns and operates 21 general cargo ports in England, Scotland, and Wale. It serves terminal operators, licen...
London, WC2B 4HN
Founded in 1962
Key Executives for Associated British Ports Holdings Limited
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Director and Chairman of Refinancing Committee
Chief Executive Officer of Amports - Ports & Transport USA and President of Amports - Ports & Transport USA
Managing Director of ABP Marine Environmental Research (ABPmer)
Managing Director of ABP Connect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Associated British Ports Holdings Limited Key Developments
Associated British Ports Holdings Limited to Report First Half, 2015 Results on Sep 30, 2015
Sep 5 15
Associated British Ports Holdings Limited announced that they will report first half, 2015 results on Sep 30, 2015
ABP (Jersey) Limited and Associated British Ports Holdings Limited Announces Boars Changes
Jul 8 15
ABP (Jersey) Limited announced that ABP Finance Plc, that GS Infrastructure Partners and Infracapital have completed the sale of their combined 33.33% stake in the group to Anchorage Ports LLP, a consortium comprising Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Hermes Infrastructure. Philippe Camu and Peter Lyneham (representatives of GSIP) and Edward Clarke and Stephen Nelson (representatives of Infracapital) have resigned as directors/alternate directors of ABP Jersey, Associated British Ports Holdings Limited (ABPH) and all their other group directorships and Kunal Koya (representative of GSIP) has resigned as an alternate director of ABP Jersey and ABPH. Cressida Hogg, Robert Wall, and Peter Hofbauer (representatives of Anchorage Ports LLP) and Hakim Drissi (representative of the KIA) have been appointed as directors of ABP Jersey and ABPH. Perry Noble (representative of Anchorage Ports LLP) has been appointed as an alternate director of ABP Jersey and ABPH. Petros Stylianides as been appointed as an alternate director of ABP Jersey, ABPH and certain other group companies.
Investors Reportedly Bid For stake In Associated British Ports
Mar 23 15
Investors are preparing competing offers for a major stake in Associated British Ports Holdings Limited ahead of the deadline for first-round bids this week. A 33% stake in the group, which owns and runs 21 ports throughout the UK, is up for grabs, after The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) and Prudential plc (LSE:PRU) put their portions of the company up for sale last year. Current shareholders Borealis Capital Corporation, and GIC Special Investments Pte. Ltd., the Singapore sovereign wealth fund, both with 33% stakes in the group, are set to take on an additional 7%. The remaining holding has reportedly caught the eye of British Telecommunications plc and the National Pension Service, which has entered a consortium with Canadian firm OPTrust Private Markets Group, Dutch fund APG and Gatwick-owner Global Infrastructure Partners.
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