20. February 2023

OPPENLÄNDER provided antitrust advice to Daimler Truck AG

The deal centered on heavy and medium-duty internal combustion engines, in the further development of which Daimler Truck no longer intends to invest any funds. They are used in construction and agricultural machinery, for example. Daimler Truck announced in 2022 that it would focus primarily on locally CO2-neutral transport systems. Deutz intends to further develop the two engine series, including for the use of synthetic fuels.

Oppenländer’s antitrust lawyers, for whom Christoph Wolf and Natalie Seitz were mandated here, are among Daimler Truck’s regular contacts. In-house at Daimler Truck, Ines Heuchert and Julia Kurz were responsible for the antitrust aspects of the transaction.

Further information can be found in the JUVE release.

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