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Global Mergers and Acquisitions
As part of our strategic consulting division, Ti provides advice to companies wishing to expand their operations, sell their business or create new partnerships. Ti is well-placed to assist companies in identifying suitable opportunities throughout the global transport and logistics sector as we are globally recognised brand and have strong contacts across the industry, in particular within the mid-sized segments.
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Strategic Investments and Acquisitions
If you’re looking to grow your business through a strategic investment, merger or acquisition, Ti is ready to support you in finding the right target. We are experienced in searching the transport and logistics market and assessing the credentials of potential targets. In addition, Ti is able to provide indicative valuations based on the potential targets’ finances, operations and management teams. For all our consultancy projects, we offer tailored solutions to match your needs. To organise a confidential discussion with a Ti consultant who can advise on all areas of mergers and acquisitions please click here.
Selling Your Company and Creating Partnerships
Ti appreciates that there can be a variety of reasons for wanting to sell your company or perhaps just a stake in the business. In the past, Ti has helped companies to identify new partners, either on a commercial basis or with some form of shareholding (minority or majority stake) or parties interested in a full acquisition. We will produce a shortlist of potential partners and discuss their suitability with you before making initial contact. In addition, Ti can negotiate the deal on your behalf. To organise a confidential discussion with a Ti consultant who can advise on all areas of mergers and acquisitions please click here.
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