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Argos Wityu acquires Schenk Tanktransport
Argos Wityu acquires Schenk Tanktransport, a logistics services provider for the transport of gasses and liquids. Harry and Arjan Schenk will retain a significant stake in the company and will continue in their roles as co-CEO to ensure continuity until a suitable successor has been identified.
Loyens & Loeff congratulates TIIC, ACB & Binders on reaching financial close on the first large PPP project in Latvia, the Kekava Bypass
On 16 July 2021, the consortium signed the PPP contract with the Latvian Ministry of Transport and secured funding by the European Investment Bank and the Nordic Investment Bank. The Ķekava Bypass, with a total length of the lanes of 100 km, will be the section of the road A7 Riga – Bauska – the border of Lithuania (Grenctale) is a part of the international road E67 Via Baltica. The project is a DBFM (design, build, finance and maintain) availability project with a 23 year contract duration.
Loyens & Loeff congratulates Parkwind and Arcadis Ost 1 on reaching financial close
On 15 June 2021 Arcadis Ost 1 secured approximately EUR 570 million in funding for the construction and operation of its 257 MW offshore wind farm located in German territorial waters.
Loyens & Loeff advised Connect Group on the acquisition of IKOR Group
European based EMS company Connect Group has acquired IKOR Group, a group based in Spain, Mexico and China that designs and manufactures electronic circuits (EMS) for technology companies. With the acquisition of IKOR, Connect Group will significantly expand its portfolio and geographical reach, extending its global presence across Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Loyens & Loeff advised Deminor on the successful closing of their €40 million financing round
The financing round consists of equity, senior bank loans and mezzanine finance and will support the company’s rapidly growing litigation funding activities globally.
AG Heylen Energy & Belfius reach financial close of the world’s most powerful solar rooftop transaction
AG Insurance & Heylen Warehouses joined forces in a Dutch company AG Heylen Energy B.V. The installation of the PV installation in Venlo, the Netherlands will be operational by mid-June 2020 and will reach a combined capacity of more than 18 MW, to represent the “world’s most powerful sunroof”.
Loyens & Loeff advised Diarough Group
Loyens & Loeff advised Diarough Group (one of the world’s leading diamond manufacturers) in relation to its trade receivables securitisation programme, which successfully closed in January 2020.
Loyens & Loeff congratulates Breevast for the sale of Financietoren
The biggest single asset sale in Belgian history completed on Friday 17 January 2020, and our Real Estate team is particularly proud to have assisted Breevast in all legal and tax aspects of this landmark deal.
Loyens & Loeff adviseerde AG Real Estate
Loyens & Loeff adviseerde AG Real Estate met de verwerving van een stuk grond met distributiecentrum, voor een waarde van EUR 57.642.764.
Loyens & Loeff advised AG Real Estate on the acquisition of “DC Sugar Fields 21”
Loyens & Loeff advised AG Real Estate on the acquisition of “DC Sugar Fields 21” for a value of EUR 57,642,764.
Loyens & Loeff advised Savills IM on the acquisition of the “Oxygen building”, located in Brussels
Loyens & Loeff advised Savills Investment Management, acting on behalf of two funds, on the acquisition of the shares of Immo Spa, a Belgian public liability company being the full owner of the “Oxygen building”, a building located in the heart of the European quarter in Brussels. Our services included the due diligence process and the drafting and negotiation of the transaction documents.
Financial close PPP project Tram de Liège
On 31 January 2019, the Liège Tramway public private partnership (PPP) project reached financial close for a total funding requirement amounting to approximately 430 million euro in relation to the design, the building, the financing and the maintenance (DBFM) of the first 12km long tramway line in Liège, Belgium, that will help solving one of the mobility problems in Liège and its surroundings by transporting up to 4,000 passengers per hour and per direction in a modern and sustainable way.