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Crido and DLA Piper Advise Duna Aszfalt on Acquisition of Mota Engil Central Europe

Crido and DLA Piper Advise Duna Aszfalt on Acquisition of Mota Engil Central Europe

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Crido has advised Duna Aszfalt on its acquisition of Mota Engil Central Europe. DLA Piper advised the sellers. Cerha Hempel reportedly advised Duna Aszfalt as well.

Duna Aszfalt and Mota Engil Central Europe are road construction companies.

According to Crido, the transaction stands to be finalized in the second quarter of 2024, “after obtaining the relevant approvals of local authorities and financial institutions. The transaction will also include Mota-Engil Real Estate, an entity operating in the property development segment. The acquired company will continue to perform existing contracts, such as production at the Gorka Sobocka mine, and will be actively securing further contracts, developing the Bitumen Mixing Plant and the machine park, and implementing investment and modernization plans.”

The Crido team included Partners Przemyslaw Furmaga, Jakub Ziolek, and Edyta Defanska-Czujko, Senior Associates Andrzej Dunikowski, Tomasz Artaszewicz-Zawisza, and Karolina Kalinowska, Associates Michal Tokarz, Filip Sobocinski, Magdalena Augustyniak, Adrian Lakowski, and Kacper Krolikowski, and Junior Associates Iga Klukowska, Julia Dziubinska, Katarzyna Przysucha, and Ewa Malinowska.

The DLA Piper team included Partners Jakub Marcinkowski and Katarzyna Waclawek, Counsels Izabela Gebal and Michal Orzechowski, Senior Associates Rafal Dostatni, Agnieszka Staszek, and Wojciech Sulimierski, Associates Arkadiusz Karwala and Alicja Ciebiera, Junior Associates Weronika Kulpa and Aleksander Stanek, and Legal Intern Aleksandra Wojcik.

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