On Tuesday, June 20, for the first time, OceanPact held “OceanPact Day,” an event aimed at the company’s shareholders. The meeting brought together 35 investors and OceanPact executives at the company’s head office in Rio de Janeiro.
OceanPact stands out as the only publicly traded company in its field in Brazil.
“We were able to share with the market our strategic vision, distinctive features, recent achievements and ambitions for the future in each business unit, including service areas. OceanPact Day was a great opportunity to get our investors closer to the executives who run our business on a day-to-day basis,” said OceanPact’s CEO, Flavio Andrade.
The guests attended presentations by Andrade, CFO Eduardo de Toledo, EnvironPact director Adriano Ranieri, OceanPact Geo director Gustavo Lutz, oil spill director Marcelo Côrtes, and partner in Arctic Securities, Nicolas Garschagen.
Nicolas Garschagen provided an overview of the global market for support vessels, highlighting the strong recovery in demand and reduction in supply that has been taking place since the crisis that lasted from 2015 to 2021, when many ships were decommissioned and virtually no new orders were placed with shipyards.
The investors also took a tour of the head office and participated in workshops with navigation director Luiz Izidorio, innovation director Arthur Kós and sustainability manager Ana Lyra.
“We strengthened OceanPact’s ties with investors, promoting valuable connections that will certainly bear fruit in the medium and long term,” said Eduardo de Toledo.
OceanPact’s investor relations manager, Bruno Nader, described the event as a great success. “It was an incredible experience to idealize, structure and carry out the event. It was very rewarding to hear very positive feedback from all participants,” he said.