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On 3 November the consolidation process in the Remak-Rozruch SA group ended. Due to the acquisition of Przedsiębiorstwo Inwestycyjno-Remontowe Energetyki i Przemysłu Remak-Rozruch SA by SBB Investments SA, which is Remak-Rozruch's sole shareholder, the company SBB Investments took over all Remak-Rozruch's rights, obligations and assets and changed its business name to SBB ENERGY SA. The consolidation process, covering the acquisition by SBB Investments sp. z o.o. of all Remak-Rozruch SA's shares from the previous shareholders, transformation of SBB Investments sp. z o.o. into a joint-stock company and finally merger of this company with Remak-Rozruch SA, was supervised by DZP experts, who provided full-range legal and tax advisory during the process.
SBB ENERGY is currently carrying out a number of key modernisation projects, particularly for Zespoł Elektrowni Pątnów-Adamów-Konin, Elektrownia Opole and Elektrownia Turów.
The consolidation process was run by DZP lawyers Robert Niczyporuk and Przemysław Furmaga from our Corporate and M&A Practice. Advice during the project was also provided by Krzysztof Zakrzewski, Adam Pawlisz, Maciej Wasilewski and Andrzej Dunikowski from the Corporate and M&A Practice, Jarosław Konecko from the IP/TMT Practice and Joanna Wierzejska and Grzegorz Sprawka from the Tax Practice.
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