Lalemant Group gets new structureM&A-advies aankoop
Lalemant gets new structure. Arthur Seynaeve and Christophe Webb acquire a controlling stake of the group and, as co-CEOs, become the new steersmen of the international Ghent-based shipping and transportation group. Wilfried Reynaert will remain active as executive chairman. Together, they intend to work on the future growth of Lalemant.
VDP acted as advisor to the buyers.
Lalemant was founded in 1885. The Ghent-based group is active in chartering, barging (for dry bulk, liquid bulk and break bulk), agency, trucking, multimodal logistics and freight forwarding. Lalemant can offer its customers integrated solutions that extend to handling and storage of dry bulk and breakbulk. Lalemant has an annual turnover of EUR 114 million and employs 104 people. The group has 13 offices in nine European countries.
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Arthur Seynaeve (36) is a member of the industrial family named Seynaeve (Seyntex and BMT). He found his passion in port operations and logistics while working at SEA-lnvest for five years. He gained further experience at various handling companies abroad. In 2021, he became a partner in the barging company Bargepoint.
Christophe Webb (43) founded Bargepoint in 2017. In doing so, he built on the expertise he acquired at players such as Hapag-Lloyd, Contargo and Portconnect in waterborne logistics and container transport in the broadest sense, as well as in dry bulk.