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Vinge advises Karlskrona municipality

July 06, 2010

Vinge is advising Karlskrona municipality in connection with the sale of 51% of the shares in Karlskrona Stuveri AB to Stena Line Ports AB. The municipality will retain the other 49% of the company’s shares. Karlskrona Stuveri AB runs the Verkö ferry terminal in Karlskrona. In connection with the sale it was also decided to change the jointly owned company’s name to Karlskrona Baltic Port AB and the harbour will referred to in the future as Karlskrona Baltic Port.

Vinge’s team advising Karlskrona municipality consists of partner Peter Abrahamsson with, among others, associate Filip Funck.

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