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We advise clients in the transport sector: road, rail, air, sea, logistics, public transport, transport financing and organisation, on all areas of their business. Our advisory is based not only on provisions closely linked to the transport sector but also on state aid law, public finance law and other laws related to transport financing. In our advisory we take into account the possibility of using public-private partnerships and concessions for works and services. Our services include:
Deals corner | 27.07.2023 DZP has advised Samvardhana Motherson Automotive Systems Group BV on the acquisition of 100% of shares in Dr. Schneider Automotive Poland. The transaction on the Polish market is part of Motherson's global strategy to acquire Schneider Group companies.
Deals corner | 02.02.2023 A team of experts from DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice and Capital Markets & Financial Institutions Practice has advised the City of Kraków on Phase IV of the Kraków Fast Tram project. The investment is worth over PLN 1 billion.
Deals corner | 26.01.2023 DZP has advised Polregio, the largest passenger rail operator in Poland, on the preparation of framework agreements and tender documentation for the supply of 200 trains.
Deals corner | 29.07.2019 Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland will start manufacturing another electronic continuously variable transmission for low-emission hybrid systems
From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in Poland and other European Union countries. We would therefore like to give you several details on the subject of how DZP processes personal data.
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