Euroports

Maximising on maritime’s

digital revolution

One of the largest and most diversified port operators in continental Europe, providing terminals, transport services, freight forwarding and contract logistics in a number of industries.

Transport

logistic

AEIF1

Vehicle

logistics

2009

Investment year

logistics

Realised

Status

logistics

Europe-wide, China, Turkey

Country

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Ownership at exit

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Terminals at exit

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Freight volume at exit

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Employees at exit

Market

  • Trade volumes growth supported by a positive economic outlook in Europe, with specific positive dynamics for key commodities for Euroports.
  • Global demand for paper and paperboard is expected to grow to 482 Mt in 2030, driven by packaging (e-commerce), tissue and hygiene products.
  • Global annual consumption of sugar is expected to increase to 1.5Mt by 2019; driven by growth in APAC, the Middle East and Africa.

Asset

  • In June 2019, the Fund completed the sale of its entire stake in Euroports following a extensive sale process
  • Wide footprint of 26 port terminals stretching across 7 European countries, Turkey and China, complemented by a global forwarding company 
  • Long-term concession profile with key concessions expiring in 30+ years and established track record of concession extensions.
  • Euroports’ integrated maritime supply chain solutions are supported by its terminal network, transport capabilities and modern global IT systems.
  • The group handles c.55-60Mt of bulk, breakbulk, liquid and containerized goods across multiple industries.
  • Strategic locations and long-term relationships with leading industry customers create barriers to entry and high switching costs.

Arcus news

July 17, 2024
Workdry announces strategic expansion into North America with the acquisition of Holland Pump Company
June 24, 2024
Arcus announces the sale of AEIF2’s interest in Constellation Cold Logistics
June 20, 2024
Arcus makes investment into eze.network, the fifth investment for its third fund
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Date joined

June 2022

Office

London

English

Polish

French

Afrikaans

Karol joined Arcus in June 2022 as a Senior Investment Executive. Prior to joining Arcus, Karol worked in the digital infrastructure origination team at Amber Infrastructure and in the infrastructure principal investments team at Macquarie Capital. Karol is a member of the Digital Origination Team. His infrastructure experience to date has been primarily focused on infrastructure origination.

Karol holds a BA in Accounting and Finance from University of Manchester.

Management roles

  • Head of Energy Sector Team
  • Investment Committee Member