Speciality packaging growth platform Mill Rock Packaging has strengthened its portfolio with the acquisition of US-based speciality paper packaging company All Packaging.

All Packaging provides custom paperboard packaging to various consumer end markets, as well as operates two facilities in Utah and Colorado.

Its service suite includes all requirements of a folding carton programme.

The two companies did not disclose the financial details of the transaction.

Mill Rock Packaging chairman Edward Rose said: “This combination creates a powerhouse in speciality paperboard packaging that represents a superior value proposition in the marketplace.

“We will continue to target growth with new and existing customers through the combined strengths of both companies and further planned investment in conversion capabilities, design innovation and automation.”

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Following the completion of the deal, All Packaging will become a sister company of Mill Rock Packaging subsidiary Trojan Lithograph Corporation.

By merging the two companies, Mill Rock Packaging will be able to expand the scale and scope of operations, which includes three converting facilities in the Western US.

The company will operate under president Kenneth Pepper and other senior management members and have no changes in management.

A subsidiary of private investment firm Mill Rock Capital, Mill Rock Packaging was advised on the transaction by Deloitte Corporate Finance, Katz, Sapper & Miller, and White & Case.

Debt financing was offered by BMO Sponsor Finance and PGIM Private Capital.