Berlin Packaging has acquired Netherlands-based packaging supplier Vincap & Adolfse Packaging (Vincap & Adolfse).
The deal marks the tenth acquisition for Berlin Packaging globally since 2010 and the fourth in Europe since 2016.
Vincap & Adolfse offers a range of products, including plastic, cork, and metal closures, as well as plastic packaging for food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets across Northern Europe.
As part of the transaction, Berlin Packaging will merge the Dutch packaging supplier with its Bruni Glass division.
The deal allows both companies’ customers and suppliers to benefit from various services offered by the merged entity.
Berlin Packaging chairman and CEO Andrew Berlin said: “As Berlin Packaging continues to acquire companies that share our commitment to quality, service, and bottom-line growth for our customers, we further separate ourselves from the competition with a tremendous global footprint, an unparalleled product and service offering, and a long history of double-digit organic growth.”
Customers of Berlin Packaging and Bruni Glass will benefit from Vincap & Adolfse’s knowledge in the closure market, its product portfolio, as well as geographic coverage across the Benelux region (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg).
In return, Berlin Packaging’s coverage in glass, plastic, and metal containers market across Europe will offer Vincap & Adolfse’s customers more product options.
In exchange for the new packaging business, Berlin Packaging will also provide a suite of various services, including design and innovation centres in two continents, quality consulting and capital lending.
The company has acquired Vincap & Adolfse for an undisclosed value and is currently in the process of merging the two businesses.
In April, Berlin Packaging agreed to buy France-based packaging supplier Verrerie Calvet as part of its European expansion efforts.