Veirano Advogados, Santos Neto Advogados, Caminati Bueno and Jones Day advised on the deal
Elgin S.A. finalized the acquisition of 100 % stake in Heatcraft do Brasil Ltda. from Lennox International Inc.
Elgin S.A. manufactures and sells products in the areas of home and office, commercial automation, computing, refrigeration, and furniture. The company, exports its products to Argentina, Venezuela, Paraguay, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, and African countries. Elgin S.A. was founded in 1952 and is based in São Paulo, Brazil.
Heatcraft Do Brasil Ltda. was founded in 1998. The Company’s line of business includes the manufacturing of refrigeration and heating equipment. The company, operates as a subsidiary of Lennox International Inc.
Veirano advised Elgin S.A. with Sérgio Bronstein (Picture), Leonardo Maniglia Duarte, Vanessa Bertonho Felício and Alberto Afonso Monteiro.
Santos Neto advised Lennox International Inc. and Heatcraft do Brasil Ltda. with Vitor Henriques, Aldo Ausgusto Martinez Neto, Henrique Munia e Erbolato and Gabriela Sella Rohrmens Martinez.
Caminati Bueno Advogados advised Lennox International Inc. and Heatcraft do Brasil Ltda. with Eduardo Caminati Marcio Bueno, Luis Nagalli and Guilherme Misale.
Jones Day advised Lennox International Inc. and Heatcraft do Brasil Ltda. with Sanjiv Kapur, Jim O’Bannon, Zachary Brecheisen and Tamara Ribeiro.
Involved fees earner: Eduardo Caminati Anders – Caminati Bueno; Marcio Bueno – Caminati Bueno; Luis Nagalli – Caminati Bueno; Guilherme Teno Castilho Misale – Caminati Bueno; Aldo Augusto Martinez Neto – Santos Neto; Henrique Munia e Erbolato – Santos Neto; Gabriela Sella Rohrmens Martinez – Santos Neto; Sergio Bronstein – Veirano Advogados; Leonardo Maniglia Duarte – Veirano Advogados; Alberto Monteiro – Veirano Advogados; Sanjiv Kapur – Jones Day; James O’Bannon – Jones Day; Zachary Brecheisen – Jones Day; Tamara Ribeiro – Jones Day;