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Dentons Advises Brandl Industries on Sale of Czech and Romanian Subsidiaries

Dentons Advises Brandl Industries on Sale of Czech and Romanian Subsidiaries

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Dentons has advised automotive supplier Brandl Industries on the sale of its operating subsidiaries in the Czech Republic and Romania and its German management service company to International Alexander Holding. Financial details were not disclosed.

Brandl Industries is an industrial manufacturer engaged in metal forming and the production of complex assemblies and tools.

Dentons’ team included Prague-based Partner Tomas Bilek, Senior Associate Adam Prerovsky, Associates Vojtech Novak, Michael Mracek, Bohuslav Hrdy, Jan Sedlak, Justina Bodlakova, and Petr Muller, and Honorary Member Petr Kotab, Bucharest-based Partners Perry Zizzi and Cristina Daianu, Counsel Oana Ionascu, Senior Associates Lawrence Florescu, Argentina Rafail, and Andreea Lepadatu, and Associate Andrei Vartires. The firm's Berlin and Frankfurt worked on the deal as well.

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