Stolt-Nielsen Limited Completes Open Market Partial Tender Offer

Press Release
Friday, April 15, 2011

LONDON, April 12, 2011 - Stolt-Nielsen Limited (Oslo Børs: SNI) completed its previously announced open market partial tender offer ("Offer") for SNL common shares with a total maximum value of $47 million.  SNL bought back 1,825,900 shares at a price of NOK 140 per share at a total cost of $46.8 million.  SNL now holds 6,285,530 shares, or 9.80%, of its common shares.  With the completion of the Offer the $50 million buy-back programme announced by SNL on November 19, 2010 is now accomplished.

 

Source: Stolt-Nielsen Limited

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