US-based ProAmpac has purchased flexible packaging firm Trinity Packaging for an undisclosed sum.
With the completion of the deal, the combined entity will operate 22 manufacturing sites, employ 3,000 people, and cater to more than 5,000 customers in 90 countries worldwide.
Trinity Packaging will continue to run under its current name and has become a separate division within ProAmpac.
In addition, former president of Trinity, John Freund, will work with the combined company as a member of the ProAmpac board of directors.
ProAmpac CEO Greg Tucker said: “Trinity Packaging’s legacy spans 100 years.
“They are a team of industry veterans with a great reputation for quality and service.
“I am confident that ProAmpac’s innovation coupled with Trinity’s capabilities will cement our role as strategic partners to our customers and suppliers.”
Specialised in large format packaging, Trinity currently serves the lawn and garden, pet care, healthcare as well as food and various specialty industrial markets.
In October 2016, ProAmpac, owned by Pritzker Group Private Capital and other co-investors, had acquired Vitex Packaging Group.
With a range of press, plate-making, slitting, and pouching capabilities, Vitex is specialised in the printing and converting of paper and laminates.
The company also serves the medical, pharmaceutical, health and beauty, and food and beverage markets in North America and aboard.
Image: Trinity Packaging facility in Rocky Mount, Virginia, US. Photo: courtesy of Trinity Packaging.