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Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance
Transportation Infrastructure<br />

Transportation Infrastructure

Global Transportation Infrastructure

Transportation infrastructure is essential to our clients’ business.

Critical physical and commercial infrastructures are crucial to enable our clients to carry out their business in the transport and logistics sector, from power grids and waterways to transportation systems and telecommunications.

There is a projected demand in transportation infrastructure over the next decade to allow goods and people to circulate more quickly and easily around the globe, and to fulfill countries' economic and social potential. Ensuring the efficiency and sustainability of these transport networks into the future is key and requires significant investment.

Working from a detailed understanding of the infrastructure sector and its trends, Clifford Chance's Transport & Logistics Group advises on the complex legal, commercial and technical aspects associated with these and other legal issues relating to the transportation infrastructure sector worldwide.

How can we help you?

An outstanding reputation in the transportation infrastructure sector

Clifford Chance has an outstanding reputation for assisting a diverse range of clients seeking to develop, enhance and maintain infrastructure. We advise on all aspects of groundbreaking, headline projects relating to airports, marine ports, roads and railways around the world.

Working together

Working with our highly experienced Energy & Infrastructure Group, our global Transport & Logistics Group regularly represents major players in all areas of transportation infrastructure across the globe, including:

  • Sponsor companies (from minnows to supermajors)
  • Project companies
  • Commercial lenders, development banks, international financial organizations and export credit agencies
  • Suppliers, purchasers and contractors
  • Governments

Global market insight

The firm has global market experience in complex projects, including private public partnership (PPP) projects.

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