Holyman To Support New Adsteam Offer

Monday, October 11, 1999
Ferry and transport group Holyman Ltd. will recommend a revised 65 cents a share cash takeover offer from Adsteam Marine Ltd. in the absence of a higher offer. Earlier, Adsteam Marine lifted its hostile bid for Holyman to 65 cents per share from 52 cents. The new offer tops a rival bid from stevedore company Lang Corp Ltd., which has a 61 cent per share offer on the table. However, managing director James Bryant said shareholders need be in no hurry to accept and should await details of Lang Corp's offer, due in early October.
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