Deals this week: Madama Oliva, Ball Corporation, Panda Recycling

9 March 2018 (Last Updated March 8th, 2018 09:31)

Madama Oliva has chosen RPC Superfos’ LongLife™ container to pack the full range of its olive products.

Madama Oliva has chosen RPC Superfos’ LongLife™ container to pack the full range of its olive products.

The company will package all of its 17 olive varieties in different types of RPC’s long-life containers. Each container will feature in-mould labelling and a unique design.

Based in Italy, Madama Oliva is a processed and packaged olives producer, while RPC Superfos is a UK-based provider of advanced packaging solutions for food and non-food applications.

Ball Corporation plans to raise $750m through an underwritten public offering of senior notes.

Due 2026, the notes carry a rate of 4.875%.

“MAUSER will invest in the Atlanta facility to align it with its product offerings and continue to supply former MaschioPack customers from the location.”

Ball has simultaneously announced plans to raise funds through an underwritten public offering of senior notes due 2026.

Based in the US, Ball Corporation is involved in the design and manufacture of metal packaging products for the beverage, food, personal care and household markets.

Panda Recycling plans to include Smart Planet Technologies’ reCUPs in its existing UK and Ireland recycling operations.

The recycling cups have been developed using Smart Planet Technologies’ EarthCoating recycling solution, which can be easily applied to all coated paper board applications such as sandwich wedges, ice-cream and noodle pots.

Paper cups made using the technology are available in the UK under the reCUP and Vericup brands.

Panda Recycling is an Irish recycling company, while Smart Planet Technologies is a US-based materials engineering provider of innovative environmental composite materials for the packaging industry.

Siegwerk Druckfarben has partnered with Agfa-Gevaert for the production of UV digital packaging inks.

Agfa Graphics will transfer selected original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customer list, intellectual property and services related to UV curable digital inkjet inks to Siegwerk, as part of the deal.

Based in Germany, Siegwerk is a supplier of printing inks for packaging applications and labels, while Agfa Graphics is a Belgian supplier and manufacturer of analogue and digital imaging systems and IT solutions for the printing and healthcare sectors.

Industrial packaging solutions provider MAUSER USA has acquired the manufacturing assets of intermediate bulk containers manufacturer MaschioPack North America.

MAUSER will invest in the Atlanta facility to align it with its product offerings and continue to supply former MaschioPack customers from the location.

The acquisition enables Mauser to expand its footprint in North America and provide additional manufacturing support for its subsidiary National Container Group (NCG).

Both the companies involved in the acquisition are based in the US.