Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised China-based Inventronics, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of LED driver products, on the acquisition of the Digital Systems business in Europe and Asia from ams Osram.
The parties have agreed not to disclose details of the transaction. The transaction is subject to customary approvals.
Inventronics is a publicly listed company headquartered in Hangzhou, China. It operates manufacturing facilities in China, India and Mexico, distribution facilities in the US and the Netherlands, and sales offices in major markets around the world, serving customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
The Digital Systems division of ams Osram mainly develops power supplies with related light modules, software and connectable components for traditional and LED illumination. The company, headquartered near Munich in Germany, employs around 600 people and operates in more than 35 countries worldwide.
The White & Case team which advised on the transaction was led by partner Murad Daghles (Düsseldorf) and included partners Martin Munz, Hendrik Röger (both Hamburg), Lars Petersen (Hamburg & Berlin) and Tilman Kuhn (Düsseldorf & Brussels), local partners Thyl Haßler, Mathis Rust (both Düsseldorf), Anna Dold, Sebastian Stütze and Julia Sitter (all Frankfurt), counsel Andreas van den Eikel (Berlin) and associates Timo Heppner, Philipp Kynast, Cristina Caroppo (all Düsseldorf), Mathias Bogusch, Lea Kaase (both Frankfurt), Stefan Papastefanou, Stefan Laumeyer, Sebastian Meinßen, Kristin Brüggert and Victor Thonke (all Hamburg).
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