Computacenter’s Acquisition of ITL Logistics GmbH From Interseroh

CMS advised Computacenter on the deal.

IT service provider Computacenter has acquired ITL logistics GmbH from environmental services provider Interseroh in Germany. The company will use the acquisition to expand its IT logistics services and to deliver and collect products across Europe. Further investment in ITL logistics is planned to strengthen the company’s business in Europe. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.

ITL logistics GmbH, based in Schwaig (Bavaria), is the IT logistics business of German environmental services provider Interseroh. According to the company’s own figures, it employs 80 people at three locations in Germany.

Headquartered in Hatfield (UK), Computacenter plc is a leading independent provider of IT infrastructure services and solutions to large corporate and public sector organisations. The company is quoted on the London FTSE 250 index. Employing over 16,000 people worldwide, Computacenter generated sales of around EUR 5 billion in 2020.

The CMS team included Richard Mitterhuber (Picture), Partner, Munich; Dr Jessica Mohaupt-Schneider, Lead Counsel, Munich; Florian Kamienke, Associate, Munich; Martin-Oliver Nonnast, Associate, Munich, all Corporate/M&A; Jörg Schrade, Partner, Munich, Tax; Christian Runte, Partner, Munich; Dr Markus Kaulartz, Counsel, Munich, both TMC; Dr Björn Herbers, Partner, Brussels; Daphne Brunkhorst, Associate, Brussels, both Competition; Dr Rolf Leithaus, Partner, Cologne, Restructuring & Insolvency; Anke Clippingdale, Legal Consultant, Berlin, Smart Operations.

Involved fees earner: Daphne Brunkhorst – CMS Hasche Sigle; Björn Herbers – CMS Hasche Sigle; Florian Kamienke – CMS Hasche Sigle; Markus Kaulartz – CMS Hasche Sigle; Rolf Leithaus – CMS Hasche Sigle; Richard Mitterhuber – CMS Hasche Sigle; Jessica Mohaupt – CMS Hasche Sigle; Martin-Oliver Nonnast – CMS Hasche Sigle; Christian Runte – CMS Hasche Sigle; Jörg Schrade – CMS Hasche Sigle;

Law Firms: CMS Hasche Sigle;

Clients: Computacenter;

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler