Chilean non-profit organization Fundación Arturo López Pérez (FALP), which carries out cancer research and treatment, has acquired a Radixact radiotherapy unit that will allow it to continue its work with the aid of the latest technology. The deal closed May 7th.
The equipment was purchased from Reich de Comercio Exterior, a Chilean medical supplier specializing in high-precision radiotherapy equipment that prolongs the life expectancy of patients.
Guerrero Olvos represented FALP, from the preliminary negotiations until closing which included the negotiation and drafting of the purchase and maintenance agreement of the Radixact equipment. The law firm’s team was led by partner Tomás Kubick and associate Diego Rodríguez.
Fontaine y Cia. advised Reich, from the technical and commercial offer formulation to the sale's conclusion, which consisted in the elaboration and subsequent negotiation of the sale agreement and a maintenance services contract for said team and the tomotherapy and cyberknife teams, already installed and operational in FALP. The firm's team was made up of partners Alejandro Vicari and Hernán Fontaine.
The firm has been representing Reich de Comercio Exterior for more than ten years on the import and sale of medical equipment.