Weil Advised Berkshire Partners-Backed Parts Town on its Acquisition of the REPA Group

Weil advised Berkshire Partners-backed PT Holdings, the parent company of Parts Town, a technology innovator and leader in foodservice equipment parts distribution, on its acquisition of the REPA Group, a European leader in parts distribution. This follows our recent advice to Berkshire Partners on its sale of a minority stake in Parts Town to Leonard Green Partners, with Berkshire retaining a majority stake.

The Weil team comprised lawyers in the U.K., Germany, France, the U.S. and China, and was led by London Private Equity partner Jonathan Wood, supported by Corporate associate Jack Gray, and included associates Douglas CollinsDaniel Johnstone, and Fiona Coffee. The team also included: in London, Antitrust partner Jenine Hulsmann, counsel Nafees Saeed, associate Chris Thomas; Employment associates Georgina Moran and Edward Dickinson; Real Estate counsel Laura Murray and associate Victoria Lloyd; Technology & IP Transactions partner Barry Fishley and associates Ruth Fisher and Hannah Rumble; Litigation partner Chris Marks, and associates Rosalind Meehan and Zoe Wedderburn-Day; in the U.S., Tax partner Noah Beck; in Germany, Private Equity partner Manuel-Peter Fringer, Corporate counsel Julian Schwanebeck, Private equity associates Amelie Zabel and Natascha Späth; in Paris, Private Equity associates Romain Letard and Fabienne Hauf, and Litigation associate Milica Antic; and in Shanghai, Corporate legal consultant Jerry Haoyang Shen.