To truly optimize the quality of its services, Koole is committed to continuous improvement in all areas, no matter how small the additional gains may be.
The company recognises that the market for oils, fats and derivatives is becoming increasingly international and is actively seeking opportunities
to expand globally through partnerships, acquisitions and new international clients.
Koole’s knowledge and the financial strength of the two shareholders
J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Ontario Teachers Pension Plan are the powerful combination that makes this possible, and Koole’s clients are the main beneficiaries.
Service and quality are key to Koole’s approach. This has traditionally been based on self-sufficiency, proficiency, exacting quality requirements and continuous innovation. The company’s top priority is to fully match the client’s needs with flexible storage and transport solutions.
For a company like Koole that takes the lead, vision and business development go hand in hand. Koole plans further investments in automation, attracting the right people, on-going innovation, and seeing and grasping opportunities. Yet safety always comes first.
Koole’s ambition is simple: Stay on top and continue to grow by expanding its current markets and the range of products it can store. The acquisition of the four Westway terminals in Europe (in April 2014) means Koole can service its Far Eastern customers even better. Koole is quick to recognise market opportunities. By responding to these, the company is becoming a reliable and innovative logistics partner for a growing number of clients.