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Hengeler Mueller advises Apleona on acquisition of Diehl Group | Hengeler Mueller News

Hengeler Mueller advises Apleona on acquisition of Diehl Group

Apleona Wolfferts, a leading provider of building technology in Germany with over 1,100 employees at 18 locations, has acquired the Diehl Group, which specialises in technical building systems and services.

The Diehl Group, headquartered in Baumholder (Rhineland-Palatinate), is one of the largest providers in the field of technical building equipment in Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse and Thuringia. Its customers include industrial companies from a wide range of sectors, commercial enterprises and the public sector. The group employs more than 550 people, mainly engineers, construction and project managers as well as technicians specialising in the building services trades of heating, air conditioning, ventilation, heat pumps and photovoltaics.

The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals.


Hengeler Mueller team for Apleona

M&A/Corporate: Daniel Möritz (partner, lead), Constantin Alexander Wegener, Maximilian Mayer, Daniel Omasreiter (all associates, all Munich),

Employment: Hendrik Bockenheimer (partner), Andreas Kaletsch, Musa Müjdeci (both Associates, all Frankfurt),

Tax: Gunther Wagner (partner, Munich), Sebastian Adam, Jan Henry Adami, (both associates, both Frankfurt),

Real Estate: Thomas Lang (partner), Talbot Zander (associate, both Frankfurt),

IP: Matthias Rothkopf (counsel, Düsseldorf), Patrick M. Schmidt (associate, Frankfurt),

Antitrust: Christian Dankerl (counsel), Lino Völzke (associate, both Brussels),

Public Law: Jan D. Bonhage (partner), Matthias Schindlbeck (associate, both Berlin).

The transaction was overseen in-house by Apleona General Counsel Christian Korf and Cornelius Becker, Head of Legal & Insurance Management.

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