Transportation Infrastructure Partners’ Acquisition Of Carolina Marine Terminal

Kirkland & Ellis counseled Transportation Infrastructure Partners on the deal.

Transportation Infrastructure Partners, a joint venture between Ridgewood Infrastructure, LLC and Savage Enterprises, LLC, executed the acquisition of Carolina Marine Terminal (CMT).

CMT, a multi-modal marine dry good bulk port facility located in Wilmington, North Carolina, provides mission-critical transport, logistics management, and product handling services to a diverse and outstanding customer base.

Transportation Infrastructure Partners is a joint venture between Ridgewood Infrastructure and Savage focused on acquiring and operating critical transportation and logistics infrastructure throughout the United States.

Kirkland & Ellis counseled Transportation Infrastructure Partners with a team led by transactional partner Bill Benitez (Picture) and associate Rob Goodin; debt finance partners Lucas Spivey and Jenelle DeVits; real estate partner John Goldman; tax partner Mark Dundon and environmental transactions partner Alexandra Farmer

Involved fees earner: William Benitez – Kirkland & Ellis; Jenelle DeVits – Kirkland & Ellis; Mark Dundon – Kirkland & Ellis; Alexandra Farmer – Kirkland & Ellis; John Thomas Goldman – Kirkland & Ellis; Robert Goodin – Kirkland & Ellis; Lucas Spivey – Kirkland & Ellis;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis;

Clients: Transportation Infrastructure Partners;

Author: Ambrogio Visconti