Fourcee Infra’s Rajesh Lihala on providing an exit to General Atlantic, acquisition plans and future milestones
Fourcee Infrastructure’s chairman and co-founder Rajesh Lihala moved beyond the import-export family business in 2002 to start a logistics firm dealing in non-petroleum liquids. The new venture, called Prelude Exports Ltd, saw limited success, but he stuck to it and five years later, rechristened the company as Fourcee Infrastructure to carve a pie of the highly fragmented but multi-billion-dollar market for moving liquid products – both across the country and beyond the border. Taking advantage of the Indian Railways opening up to public-private partnerships (PPP) and Special Freight Train Operators’ (SFTO) licences, Lihala built the firm, which is now expecting...
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