DTS Logistic Services Georgia LLC is established in Georgia at the end of 2017 as and foreign investment of Head Quarter DTS Romania. The company aims is to combine over a decade experience in international shipping and logistics, with local knowhow while offering services to its clients with competitive prices.
As a reliable partner DTS Logistic does dispatch from/to all over the world, handling all types of transportation services, while shipping is its core business.
DTS Logistic offers technical and logistical support, along with an efficient information system and rigorous deadline control. In the globalized world where mega-mergers occur every day, the company offered its services to compose and to minimize client’s efforts & transportation costs. DTS Logistic Services provides turnkey logistics with an expertise in Freight Forwarding to customers worldwide. Its employees use years of experience in international freight forwarding field using their knowledge of transportation, documentation and delivery to foreign destinations. This expertise includes awareness of the shipping laws, international Incoterms, financial contracts and customs regulations to assist the clients with their international transactions.
For more information please visit the website: www.dts-logistic.com
Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD) law firm has advised Netherlands Finance Company (FMO) on a loan facility in amount of GEL 103 million (eq. USD 40 million) to JSC TBC Bank.
The facility is for the term of 5 years and will be used to finance micro, small and medium size enterprises as well as retail businesses. As for the funding, it will be raised by FMO through publicly placing locally denominated bonds on the Georgian stock exchange.
Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri team included Natalia Babakishvili and Victor Kipiani and successfully assisted FMO on contract and regulatory aspects of the deal repeatedly demonstrating MKD’s solid experience of acting as a counsel to international clients on transactions of similar magnitude.
TEDEX is oil and lubricants Production Company in Poland; it has been manufacturing lubricants under its brand for over 20 years. The official subsidiaries are opened in Ukraine and now in Georgia. Georgia is the new opportunity to get closer to direct customer segment – as individual consumers, the same established and newly developing businesses.
Among TEDEX customers are: Batumi Port, Kulevi Port, Company “GeoSteal”, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Ministry of Finance of Georgia, Rustavi City Transport, United Water Supply Company of Georgia, Special State Security Service, Ministry of Defense.
Economically stable, established European brand TEDEX joins main challenges of contemporary international business – customer orientation, social responsibility, total quality control, innovation. Our potential customers need immediacy, underlining individualism and social interactivity. TEDEX serves all three directions. The team is motivated and committed to ensuring customer satisfaction.
We are pleased to announce the hire of associate Darejan Beridze to the team in Tbilisi. In her new role, Darejan will focus on project finance, banking, commercial disputes and general commercial transactions.
Darejan graduated from Bucerius Law School with an LL.M in Law and Business with a specialization in Arbitration, the major fields of study being: International Arbitration, M&A/Corporate Finance, IP Law, Insolvency, Restructuring, Business & Management.
Before Bucerius Law School, Darejan served as Counsel at Georgian American Alloys Management and Georgian Manganese for over 2 years, where her work focused on diverse areas of law including corporate law, tax, international trade, FCPA, environmental and labour law, commercial disputes and arbitration.
Prior to joining Dentons’ Tbilisi office, Darejan worked as an International Trainee in Allen & Overy’s Frankfurt office. “We are welcoming Darejan onboard, she will make an excellent addition to our team.” said Otar Kipshidze, Managing Partner of Dentons Georgia. Continue reading