Noerr advises CCTC on the acquisition of Vermes Microdispensing
Noerr has advised ChaoZhou Three-Circle (Group) Co., Ltd. (CCTC), a Chinese manufacturer of electronic components and high-tech ceramic products, in connection with the acquisition of all shares in Vermes Microdispensing GmbH, a German world leader in the area of innovative microdispensing systems.
Vermes Microdispensing, with headquarters in Otterfing near Munich, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative microdispensing concepts and systems for adhesives, silicones, greases, solvents and other fluids. The solutions and products of Vermes Microdispensing are utilized in several areas. CCTC is a listed company with headquarters in Chaozhou, China with more than 6,000 employees. The company is ranked among the Top 10 of Chinaʼs electronic component manufacturers.
CCTC was advised by a team from Noerrʼs China desk led by Florian Becker and Robert Korndörfer that advised the company on all aspects of the transaction. With its China desk, Noerr is one of the leading law firms in Europe advising on the commercial activities of Chinese companies and investors. Two of its recent exceptional transactions are the acquisition of the Broetje Automation Group by the Shanghai Electric Group and the acquisition of the drive technology specialist VEM, a former member of the Merckle Group, by Chinese motor manufacturer SEC.
Advisors to CCTC: Noerr LLP
Dr Florian Becker (Corporate/M&A, Munich), Robert Korndörfer (Corporate/M&A, London, Joint Lead), Martin Ahlhaus (Public Law, Munich), Dr Bärbel Sachs (International Trade Law, Berlin), Tillmann Hecht (Employment Law), Tobias Kugler (IT/Outsourcing, both Frankfurt), Dr Ralph Nach (IP), Dr. Michael Reiling (Commerce), Dr Christoph Rieken (IP), Dr Wolfgang Schelling (Employment Law, all Munich), Evelyn Schulz (Commerce, Dresden)
Associates: Dr Yifan Zhu (Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt), Theresa Arand (IP, Dresden), Bernd Bäumer (Real Estate, Frankfurt), Dr Cathrin Falkner (Employment Law), Armin Kühne (IP), Dr Georg Langheld (Corporate/M&A, all Munich), Dr Johannes Schäffer (Public Law, Berlin), Christina Thiele (Litigation, Dusseldorf), Dr Stephan Vielmeier (Employment Law, Hamburg)