M&As this week: Pro Mach, James Jones, Constantia Flexibles Group

5 May 2016 (Last Updated May 5th, 2016 18:30)

Pro Mach has completed the acquisition of NJM Packaging, a packaging machinery provider based in North America.

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Pro Mach has completed the acquisition of NJM Packaging, a packaging machinery provider based in North America.

The acquisition will expand Pro Mach's capabilities as an integrated solutions provider and strengthen its position in the pharmaceutical and contract packaging markets.

NJM Packaging supplies pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and personal care packaging machinery.

James Jones & Sons has acquired TWP Packaging, a wooden pallet and packing case manufacturer based in the UK.

"The transaction is expected to expand the company's coverage and allow it to offer more products to existing customers."

TWP will join James Jones's pallet and packaging business unit upon completion of the acquisition.

The transaction is expected to expand the company's coverage and allow it to offer more products to existing customers.

Constantia Flexibles Group, a leading manufacturer of flexible packaging products and labels, has acquired Vietnamese company Oai Hung.

The acquisition marks Constantia's entry into the Southeast Asian region and its first pharmaceutical production site in Asia.

Oai Hung produces aluminium, blister, cold-forming and strip foils, as well as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) rigid film and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) film for the pharmaceutical and food industries.


Image: Constantia enters Southeast Asian region. Photo: courtesy of Constantia.