ARQIS has advised KPIT on taking a strategic stake in MicroFuzzy, an automotive engineering services company headquartered in Munich.
MicroFuzzy has over 20 years of proven engineering expertise on powertrain systems and drivetrain electronics. It has marque customers in Germany as well as an expanding base in Europe and beyond.
This partnership gives KPIT access to more than 150 specialized engineers. KPIT is based in India and focused on providing technology solutions and expertise to automotive and transportation companies, manufacturing, energy and utilities companies.
Speaking about the Partnership, Kishor Patil, CEO & MD of KPIT Technologies said: “We are very excited about this partnership. Powertrain is our largest practice within automotive engineering and E-Mobility is a big focus as well as a growth area. With this partnership, we will be able to enhance and bring in next generation offerings in the key growth area of E-Mobility. This further strengthens our leadership position in the automotive engineering domain and bolsters our presence in Germany.”
Advisors for KPIT
ARQIS Rechtsanwälte (Düsseldorf): Dr. Jörn-Christian Schulze (Lead; M&A), Dr. Andrea Panzer-Heemeier (Labour Law), Johannes Landry (Commercial), Dr. Ulrich Lienhard (Real Estate); Counsel: Saskia Kirschbaum (Labour Law); Associates: Olivia Barth, Franziska Korn, Dorothea Kienzle (all M&A), Dr. Eva Trost, Carina Engelhard (both Labour Law), Irina Kuznecova (Transaction Support Specialist)