- 10 December 2021
- Corporate and M&A
Clarkslegal led by Jon Chapman and Dillon Eustace LLP, led by Conor Keaveny advised Warehouse and Supply Chain management software specialist Principal Logistics Technologies Ltd on its latest business acquisition WMS expert Chess Logistics Technology. The acquisition included Chess Logistics Technology’s in-house developed Empirica and Socretes WMS warehouse management systems along with ProSKU, a cloud-based WMS and order management system.
Peter Flanagan, Principal Logistics Technologies’ founder and Managing Director commented “I am delighted by this acquisition. It builds on our longstanding experience in developing and deploying innovative warehouse management and supply chain business solutions and related technology. I am looking forward to deepening the strong relationships that Chess enjoys with its customers.”
Jon Chapman commented “We were delighted to be instructed by Principal Logistics Technologies on this acquisition, hope that it will be a great success and look forward to having the opportunity to provide legal support to Principal in the future”.
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