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DZP advised Pall-Ex International Limited, a shareholder of Pallex 24 sp. z o.o., on a transaction to acquire shares in that company from its other shareholders, Axell Logistics sp. z o.o. and Przedsiębiorstwo Przewozu Towarów PKS Gdańsk-Oliwa S.A.
Pall-Ex is a Pan-European pallet network that offers distribution services. The network was established 25 years ago in the United Kingdom and currently operates on the European markets including Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Romania and Benelux. The acquisition of shares in the Polish company from its current shareholders will strengthen Pall-Ex’s position on the Polish market.
Our assistance included legal and tax advisory services, including advice on negotiations between the shareholders at all stages of the transaction, up to and including conclusion and performance of the share purchase agreement and accompanying documentation.
The client was advised by DZP’s team coordinated by Bartosz Marcinkowski, Partner, and Maciej Ciszkiewicz, Senior Associate in the Corporate and M&A Practice. Tax advice was provided by Joanna Wierzejska, Partner and Tomasz Leszczewski, Senior Tax Manager in the Tax Practice.
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