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Menasha Packaging acquires Strine Printing

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Menasha Packaging Co. LLC of Neenah, Wis., announced today that it has acquired Strine Printing Co. Inc. of York. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Menasha Packaging, which is owned by family-held Menasha Corp., is a graphic consumer packaging, merchandising solutions, corrugated packaging, food packaging, shipping containers, material handling solutions, pack-out and fulfillment services business. It has about 2,400 employees at 40 facilities across the country, said Dennis Bonn, Menasha's vice president of marketing.Family-owned Strine, in Manchester Township, provides prepress, offset printing, digital printing, finishing, and fulfillment services for the production of commercial and marketing materials, point-of-purchase displays, and folding packaging. It has about 300 employees who work at a manufacturing plant and two warehouses."The acquisition of Strine Printing Co. strengthens our graphic packaging, merchandising and fulfillment capabilities and supports our operations on the East Coast," Mike Waite, president of Menasha Packaging, said in a news release. "Customers continue to value Menasha Packaging's full-range of packaging materials and services, and with Strine, we will continue to respond to this growing demand.”
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CHUCK CENKNER said:
This has all the right indicators of a great opportunity for both families and the employees of both companies. Best of luck to both!

March 31, 2014 7:48 pm

RONALD DRNEVICH said:
Wow !

March 31, 2014 7:19 pm



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