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Seaching for a purchaser

Seaching for a purchaser
Turkish ferry group UN Ro-Ro has attracted bids from three groups as US private equity fund KKR prepares to sell at a loss.
Sources close to the deal told Bloomberg that bidders are Denmark's DFDS, an alliance of private-equity firms Esas Holding and Actera Partners, and domestic infrastructure investor Global Yatirim Holding, which owns ports.
 
The price may well be below the $1.33bn paid by KKR to previous owner International Transporters Association of Turkey (UND) in 2007.
 
UN Ro-Ro has debts of $800m.
 
KKR has a 97.6% stake in the owner, which has 12 Turkish–flagged vessels built between 2001 and 2013, operating on routes to Italy, France and Egypt.
 
 
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