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Concentration approvals - three decisions

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Concentration approvals - three decisions
  • UOKIK has adopted three decisions on concentration approval.
  • They concern undertakings which deal, among other things, with ship and vessel building, real estate, as well as the manufacture and sale of meat products.
  • The undertakings have two years from the date of the decision to complete the transactions.

The first of the transactions is the acquisition of part of the property of the Polish Naval Shipyard in liquidation by PGZ Stocznia Wojenna. The Polish Naval Shipyard is controlled by the Industrial Development Agency and it builds ships and vessels. The Shipyard repairs, modernises and manufactures armament and military equipment for the defensive purposes of Poland. The Company also provides services for ship owners from the European Union. The Polish Naval Shipyard is included in the list of companies of a particular economic, defensive and strategic importance for the security of the country.

The second decision pertains to the formation of a joint venture by PG Dutch and Marvipol Logistics. The undertakings are expected to construct a warehouse and logistics park. PG Dutch is owned by Panattoni capital group, which provides administration support and development services connected with industrial, warehouse and office facilities. Furthermore, it rents warehouse space in Mazowieckie, Wielkopolskie and ¦l±skie Provinces. Marvipol deals with investment projects on the residential and office real estate market in Warsaw and Gdańsk. The company is also the importer and dealer of Jaguar, Land Rover and Aston Martin cars. In addition, it manages real properties and rents warehouse space in ¦l±skie Province.

The last of the above-mentioned concentrations is the acquisition of part of the property of Staropolskie Specjały from Goczałkowice Zdrój by Zakłady Mięsne Henryk Kania from Pszczyna. The companies conduct business activity which consists in the production of meat and smoked meat products. The property acquired is a meat processing facility, together with the warehouses, drying rooms and packaging lines.

According to the provisions of applicable laws, a concentration scheme is subject to notification to the antitrust authority if it involves undertakings whose aggregate turnover generated in the preceding year exceeded EUR 1 billion worldwide or EUR 50 million in Poland.

The decisions approving the concentration expire if the merger is not completed within 2 years of the adoption thereof. The website of the Competition Authority publishes information on all concentration-related anti-monopoly proceedings conducted by the Authority. More information about the principles governing mergers can be found in a dedicated paper.

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