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Vinge advised the Port of Gothenburg in conjunction with the transfer of the car terminal

February 17, 2011

As a part of the ongoing privatisation of the terminal operations in the Port of Gothenburg, the car terminal has been transferred to Logent AB. At the same time, a 10-year licence agreement has been entered into between the parties regarding utilisation of the terminal and related infrastructure. The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in the Nordic region and a focal point for the Swedish car industry. Logent AB is a Swedish company with approximately 1000 employees which conducts ports, combined terminals and warehousing operations in Sweden and Norway. Vinge advised the Port of Gothenburg Harbour during the privatisation procedure.
Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Fredrik Sonander, Charlotte Johansson and Lisa Askbrink.

Vinge’s experts provide an insight into Swedish maritime law in the latest edition of International Comparative Legal Guide – Shipping Law 2022

Vinge’s experts in martime and transport law have again contributed to the Swedish chapter on maritime law in the International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG).
August 10, 2022

Sanctions update 22 July

Further to our previous sanctions updates of 25 February, 3 March, 11 March, 16 March , 14 April and June 8, we herewith provide a further update of recent sanctions developments following Russia’s war against Ukraine:
July 26, 2022

A new EU instrument for international procurement (IPI)

On 17 June 2022, the Council adopted a regulation on a new instrument for international procurement (“IPI”), following the formal adoption of the IPI at the European Parliament plenary session on 9 June 2022. The general objective of the IPI is to create reciprocity in the access to international public procurement markets by enabling the Commission to undertake investigations and adopt measures to open and improve access to third-country public procurement and concession markets.
July 11, 2022