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September 2, 2022

Fortis acquires flexible packaging manufacturer Digital Dogma

Fortis aims to continue expanding its range of product offerings and locations through acquisitions.

US-based printed packaging company Fortis Solutions Group (Fortis) has acquired Digital Dogma, a supplier of pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and flexible packaging.

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Based in Santa Fe Springs, California, Digital Dogma serves companies in the food and beverage, wine and spirits, nutraceutical, health and beauty, and industrial end markets.

The company has manufacturing locations in Santa Fe Springs and Paso Robles, California.

The financial terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.

Fortis president and CEO John O Wynne Jr said: “As an early adopter of digital printing technology, Digital Dogma has always been at the forefront of innovation within our industry.

“With this acquisition, we are excited to extend our digital printing capabilities to California and offer coast to coast solutions for our customers.

“I am looking forward to working with Paul Mulcahey and the Digital Dogma team as we enhance our shrink sleeve, flexible packaging and pressure-sensitive offerings.”

A portfolio company of funds managed by Harvest Partners, Fortis Solutions supplies pressure-sensitive and shrink-sleeve labels, flexible packaging printing, extended booklet printing, pouches, folding cartons and other solutions.

Based in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the company has more than 1,300 employees across 22 manufacturing sites.

Digital Dogma owner Paul Mulcahey said: “We’re very impressed with Fortis Solutions Group’s approach to partnering with companies and joining them is a no-brainer for our continued growth and a bright future.”

The acquisition comes after Fortis Solutions bought Identi-Graphics, a packaging and label supplier based in Illinois, last month.

Identi-Graphics supplies pressure-sensitive labels and flexible packaging products for the snack, bakery, confectionary, cosmetic and chemical end markets in North America.

In April this year, Fortis also acquired Canadian flexographic and digital solution provider Profecta Labels.

The company aims to continue expanding its range of product offerings and locations through acquisitions.

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