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Schoenherr and Hengeler Mueller Advise Andros on Acquisition of Schenk es Tarsa and Spreewaldkonserve Golssen

Schoenherr and Hengeler Mueller Advise Andros on Acquisition of Schenk es Tarsa and Spreewaldkonserve Golssen

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Schoenherr’s Budapest office, working with lead counsel Hengeler Mueller, has advised Andros Deutschland on its acquisition of fruit and vegetable processors Spreewaldkonserve Golssen in Germany and Schenk es Tarsa in Hungary.

Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

According to Schoenherr, “Spreewaldkonserve Golssen is known for its brand ’Spreewaldhof,‘ which was one of the few brands of German Democratic Republic which survived after Germany's reunification in 1990.“

Schenk es Tarsa is a Hungary-based company which operates in vegetable and fruit preservation and specialty food manufacturing sectors.

The Schoenherr team was consisted of Managing Partner Kinga Hetenyi, Attorneys-at-law Laszlo Krupl and Alexandra Bognar, and Associates Adrian Menczelesz and Anita Vertes.

Hengeler Mueller’s multi-office included, in Berlin, Partners Jens Wentzel and Fabian Quast, Senior Associate Jan Krusche, and Associates Tobias Schilling, Moritz Muller-Leibenger, Anja Hofelmeier, and Tom Pleiner; in Frankfurt, Partner Hendrik Bockenheimer, Senior Associates Sebastian Adam and Henning Hilke; in Munich, Partner Markus Ernst; in Dusseldorf, Senior Associate Anja Balitzki; and in Brussels, Partner Markus Rohrig.

Schoenherr did not identify the sellers, nor their counsel.

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