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ROHR-IDRECO has raised a guarantee facility provided by Zurich

ROHR-IDRECO has raised a guarantee facility provided by Zurich.

ROHR-IDRECO is a Dutch company that designs and manufactures a complete portfolio of premium quality, deep-digging electric dredging vessels and equipment for the mining, dredging and hydro-dam desilting industry. The company is unique through having its own proprietary branded products (vessels and pumps) and its fully electric product offering. With approximately 80 employees, ROHR-IDRECO has production locations in Doetinchem (headquarters – Netherlands) and Mannheim (Germany), and sales offices in Conroe (USA) and Betting (France). Supported by minority shareholder Anders Invest, the company aims to further increase its market share in the coming years on the back of the globally growing dredging market and strong trend towards sustainability.

Oaklins’ debt advisory team in the Netherlands advised ROHR-IDRECO in this transaction.

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 Bas  Stoetzer

Bas Stoetzer

Partner
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oaklins Netherlands
 Jeroen  Derkx

Jeroen Derkx

Director
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oaklins Netherlands
 Niels  Vermuë

Niels Vermuë

Senior Associate
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oaklins Netherlands

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