Date: 13th February 2023
Kpler, a global provider of commodities, data, analytics, and market insight, announced the acquisition of Marine Traffic, a leading Greek ship tracking and maritime intelligence company.
Lambadarios Law advised the Marine Traffic shareholders in this transaction and is proud to have contributed to opening new frontiers for the digitization of marine transport and supply chain.
We would like to thank Dimitris Lekkas, Demitris Memos and Argyris Stasinakis, the founding shareholders of Marine Traffic, for trusting our team with this transaction.
Fantastic work by Corporate M&A Partner Melina Katsimi, Senior Associate Anna Gkogka, Associate Alexandros Koukoutsis and Tax Counsel Smaro Anagnostou, the team assisted on the transaction led by Managing Partner Constantinos Lambadarios. We also wish to thank for their exceptional work and collaboration Alexander Karalis and Alex Exarchos of Nevantio Advisors, Panos Katsambas and Victoria Bryden of Reed Smith LLP advising Marine Traffic and Anna Manda at Karatzas & Partners and Ben Shribman head partner at Cooley advising Kpler.
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