Unifeeder and Feederlink merger is now approved
We are pleased to inform you, that we have received the final approval from the Office of Fair Trade in London, accepting the acquisition of Feederlink by Unifeeder and same being effective from mid December. The exact date will follow within next weeks.
Your contractual partner be the Unifeeder group however the UK products will continue being offered under separate brands namely, the Unifeeder as well as the Feederlink brand, allowing you to choose the brand preferred by you.
Within the next few weeks, the Feederlink teams in Rotterdam and Felixstowe will move into Unifeeder office’s and form part of a joint UK team.
The vessel operation and scheduling will be combined into one joint network, offering a more extensive coverage overall and monitored extensively by the new UK Rotterdam Team.
Furthermore Unifeeder and Feederlink are pleased to inform you that Denholm Wilhelmsen Ltd. will continue in the capacity as local representative for the merged entity in Grangemouth, Tees and Tyne.
Denholm Wilhelmsen Ltd contact details can be found at www.feederlink.com
Unifeeder and Feederlink will shortly be in contact with further information on the following:
- Joint Schedules
- B/L terms – Unifeeder B/L terms
- Bank account details will be attached to UK invoices for a period of time
We are pleased to have joined the Feederlink and Unifeeder forces and look forward to developing the business, our network and cost efficiency, together with our valued customers and partners.
On March 6, Unifeeder's Marcin Jaczewski, General Manager of Sales in Eastern Europe, participated in the Brexit Landscape Conference and gave an interview about Unifeeder's approach to Brexit as a shortsea operator.
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