Crown Aerosols and Promotional Packaging has been selected by champagne producer Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne to supply classic metal tins to its Réserve Exclusive Brut and Sélection Brut champagne portfolio.
The tin for Réserve Exclusive Brut comes with a rich blue finish, while the Sélection Brut tin is white.
The matte and gloss varnishes were used to create gold and amber decor for both the tins, which feature magical keyhole windows and embossing.
Based in Yardley, Pennsylvania, US, Crown supplies rigid packaging products, transit and protective packaging products as well as equipment services for various applications.
Pacific Bag LLC has been acquired by TricorBraun, a global packaging company offering glass containers, closures, dispensers, tubes and flexibles.
TricorBraun will establish a new flexible packaging business unit called TricorBraun Flex by merging Pacific Bag with its existing flexibles business, Taipak.
The transaction will strengthen TricorBraun’s presence in the flexibles packaging market.
Based in the US, Pacific Bag is one of the biggest distributors of flexible packaging products such as flexible coffee, pet and speciality food packaging.
Saxco International has been acquired by Atlas Holdings, a private investment and equity firm with businesses in paper and packaging, pulp, aluminium processing, building materials, construction services, capital equipment, supply chain management, and wood sectors.
Saxco provides packaging solutions to the wine, spirits, craft beer, and food markets.
The acquisition will contribute to Atlas’ sustained growth across all beverage categories.
Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in the UK.
Disc Graphics Inc has been acquired by Oliver Printing and Packaging Company, a supplier of highly customised, quick turnaround packaging and marketing collateral solutions.
DISC manufactures high-quality folding carton packaging, micro-fluted corrugated boxes as well as pressure-sensitive labels for food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and healthcare markets.
As part of the Oliver platform, the transaction allows DISC to continue offering better packaging solutions to its customers from its existing plant.