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MAGNUSSON ADVISES SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO., LTD. ON ACQUISITION OF PRODUCTION PLANT FROM BOSCH

2011-12-21

Magnusson has advised Sumika Ceramics Poland on its acquisition of production facility in Wrocław from Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters.

Magnusson has advised Sumika Ceramics Poland on its acquisition of production facility in Wrocław from Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters. Sumika Ceramics Poland is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., while Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters is 100% owned by Robert Bosch Investment Nederland N.V.
The property is located within the Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone & Invest-Park.
Magnusson’s scope of work included legal due diligence of the property and negotiations with the seller.
The team advising Sumitomo Chemical was led by Katarzyna Sawa-Rybaczek, a Warsaw-based partner, assisted by Agnieszka Gawrzyał and Dawid Demianiuk.</p>

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