April 23, 2024


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DLA Piper advises Francotyp-Postalia on the acquisition of Pakadoo

DLA Piper advises Francotyp-Postalia on the acquisition of Pakadoo

DLA Piper has advised Francotyp-Postalia Keeping AG on the acquisition of all working belongings of Pakadoo GmbH with financial influence from 1 October 2022. The transaction also involves the get-about of the Management and staff members of Pakadoo.

Pakadoo, located in Böblingen, Germany, offers Software-as-a-Services options for acquiring and managing incoming parcels and items inside of businesses and public establishments. In combination with provider-independent parcel lockers, additional use situations target on e-commerce deliveries and clever city logistics.

This acquisition shall strengthen FP’s Digital Enterprise Answers business device. The business thereby receives access to a SaaS-based mostly system for incoming parcel logistics in organization and general public establishment section, retail and Town Logistics.

Francotyp-Postalia Holding AG, a listed business dependent in Berlin, is the keeping enterprise of the globally working Francotyp-Postalia Team that has the enterprise units Digital Company Remedies, Mailing, Transport & Business Solutions and Mail Companies. The enterprise has subsidiaries dependent in 15 nations and is represented by its own buying and selling community in several other nations around the world. In 2021, Francotyp-Postalia produced income of far more than EUR 200 million.

The DLA Piper crew was jointly led by associates Dr Mathias Schulze Steinen (Corporate/M&A) and Florian Bruder (Restructuring, equally Frankfurt) and integrated associates Jan Pohle (IT and Info Safety, Cologne), Dr Henriette Norda (Employment, Hamburg), Dr Marie-Theres Rämer (Tax), and Dr Burkhard Führmeyer, counsels Miray Kavruk (the two IPT, all Frankfurt) and Dr Thorsten Ammann (IT and Details Safety, Cologne), senior associates Katharina Fischer (Work, Hamburg) and Yannick Aaron Zirnstein, associates Verena Reichstein (both IT and Information Protection, Cologne) and Ji-Min Marina Lee (Restructuring, Frankfurt) as very well as transaction specialist Maren Schanz (IPT, Hamburg).