acquisitions and mergers

Fedrigoni acquires the Spanish company Guarro Casas

Fedrigoni acquires the Spanish company Guarro Casas

The Fedrigoni Group has signed an agreement with the Anglo-French multinational Arjowiggings for the acquisition of Guarro Casas, with more than 300 years of history and a high profile in the manufacture and finishing of special graphic papers. The company is based in Gelida (Barcelona), Spain, where it operates a plant with 140 employees. The deal was signed...
Berlin Packaging enhances its decorative capabilities in Greece with the purchase of StyleGlass

Berlin Packaging enhances its decorative capabilities in Greece with the purchase of StyleGlass

Berlin Packaging has announced the acquisition of StyleGlass, a company specializing in decorating glass containers for the food, beverage, beauty and pharmaceutical end markets. Headquartered in Thessaloniki, Greece, StyleGlass has been in business for over 30 years, offering numerous decorative techniques, including painting and ...
La Plana Group acquires Envases Soler

La Plana Group acquires Envases Soler

Grupo La Plana has formalized the purchase of 100% of the shares of the company Envases Soler, specialized in the manufacture, design and development of cardboard containers and packaging for different sectors. Founded in 1959 and of family origin, Envases Soler is located in the Alicante town of Crevillente and began its career manufacturing ...
Kilian Braunsdorf, new CEO of Paccor

Kilian Braunsdorf, new CEO of Paccor

Kilian Braunsdorf has been appointed CEO of Paccor, one of the world leaders in the plastic packaging industry. He succeeds Andreas Schuette, who is stepping down as part of the Faerch Group's acquisition of Paccor today. Under new ownership, Paccor will accelerate the transition to circular packaging and offer its...
Berlin Packaging merges with Bark Packaging Group

Berlin Packaging merges with Bark Packaging Group

Photo: Berlin Packaging. Berlin Packaging and Bark Packaging Group have entered into a definitive agreement for Berlin Packaging to acquire Bark. Founded in 1978 by Henk Bark and headquartered in the Netherlands, Bark has grown from a traditional specialist packaging wholesaler to a value-added supplier of industrial packaging. barks...
Alpla's pharmaceutical division grows with the acquisition of Apon

Alpla's pharmaceutical division grows with the acquisition of Apon

The global packaging company Alpla is boosting the presence of its pharmaceutical division in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with the acquisition of the Polish company Apon, which produces plastic containers for the pharmaceutical industry at its plant in Żyrardów, near Warsaw. . The acquisition continues the course of growth and expansion of the ...
Printeos buys the Catalan company Cintaplast

Printeos buys the Catalan company Cintaplast

Printeos, a European graphic group based in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), acquires the Catalan company Cintaplast, a manufacturer of adhesive labels specialized in the pharmaceutical sector based in La Llagosta (Barcelona). Isabel and Jordi Garcés will continue directing Cintaplast. "Our goal, after 36 years at the helm of Cintaplast, was...
Mayr-Melnhof acquires Essentra's packaging division

Mayr-Melnhof acquires Essentra's packaging division

Mayr-Melnhof Group (MM) has entered into an agreement to purchase Essentra Packaging (100% equity interest in ESNT Packaging & Secure Solutions Limited (UK) and its subsidiaries and 100% equity interest in Essentra Packaging US Inc (USA) of Essentra plc (UK) for GBP 312 million, about 365 million...
Berlin Packaging acquires Panvetri

Berlin Packaging acquires Panvetri

Berlin Packaging has acquired Panvetri, a family-owned supplier of glass and metal packaging for the wine and olive oil industries. Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Modugno (Bari), in southern Italy, Panvetri is a relevant company in the territory in which it operates, mainly Puglia and Basilicata, serving a wide range of ...
Fedrigoni acquires the Spanish company Divipa

Fedrigoni acquires the Spanish company Divipa  

The Fedrigoni group has acquired Divipa, a Spanish company that develops, produces and distributes self-adhesive materials. Divipa was founded in 1971 by the Álvaro family, which has transferred 100% of the capital to Fedrigoni, but continues in the management team with some of its members. Based in Derio, a few kilometers from Bilbao, ...
      
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