Mill Rock Packaging Partners has purchased Trojan Lithograph (TrojanLitho) from Arbor Investments for an undisclosed sum.
Based in Renton, Washington, TrojanLitho was established in 1950 and is a converter of specialty paper packaging.
It provides graphic paper packaging solutions for food and beverage, personal care, healthcare and other consumer end markets.
TrojanLitho’s service offering includes programme development, design and engineering, pre-press and on-press, finishing and logistics.
The acquisition is Mill Rock Capital’s fourth platform investment since creation.
Mill Rock Packaging Partners lead director on the board Dr Robert Beckler said: “TrojanLitho is an ideal foundation upon which to build a full-service packaging platform, with a complete spectrum of design, engineering and fulfilment solutions, and production capabilities spanning single-face laminate and folding carton.”
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Mill Rock Packaging Partners is led by chairman and Mill Rock senior partner Ed Rose.
As Mill Rock Capital’s new platform, Mill Rock Packaging Partners invests in companies with specialty packaging capabilities.
Mill Rock senior partner Ed Rose said: “Together our team brings more than 200 years of global experience across every commercial and operational facet of the consumer packaging industry.
“The company is on an impressive trajectory, having cultivated an attractive customer base underpinned by consumers’ daily needs.
“Going forward we will seek to accelerate organic growth, meaningfully expand operating capacity and support President and CEO Ian May and his accomplished team in completing strategic acquisitions in this highly fragmented market.”