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by:Taian Lamination Film     2020-09-25
WATERLOO —
A Waterloo company that produces food packaging containers purchased the company from South Carolina. Tri-
The city packaging company in Rupert Street, Waterloo employs about 50 employees, which have been acquired by the Mid Oaks portfolio company D & W Fine Pack.
The two companies jointly announced the acquisition this week.
D & W said it plans to keep Waterloo and its employees here.
Third founder
City packaging for Don Hexamer will continue to operate Waterloo business for D & W Fine packaging.
He said D & W was a \"good suitor\" for the company he started in 1999 \".
\"It promises to maintain the operations of Waterloo and retain all existing staff,\" he added . \".
Hexamer said that in fact, D & W is planning to develop its business in Waterloo, and as one of the largest food service packaging companies in North America, it has the ability to do so. D&W is a $280-
Millions of American private
Holding company making single
Use containers, cutlery, straws and meal packs. He said Tri-
Mainly concentrated in the Ontario market.
It is an important supplier here, especially for bakery wholesale companies that rely on rapid delivery of containers.
Still, Hexamer says, \"It\'s the North American market now,\" and D & W has access to a larger market.
When the acquisition was announced, Bill Williams served as interim chief executive of D & W Fine Pack, saying D & W really wanted a place in Canada.
\"We think this is a very good company,\" he said . \"
City has produced some very innovative packaging and many D & W customers will be interested.
Waterloo is known for its transparent plastic containers, which people often see when buying muffins, biscuits and other baked goods as well as fruits, vegetables and eggs.
It also makes deposit trays and custom
Make containers for other customers.
Mark Staton, the new president and CEO of D & W Fine Pack, who was appointed this week, confirmed the intention to grow the business here.
\"This is our first manufacturing location in Canada,\" he added . \".
There are already customers here.
He added that doing business in Waterloo will provide opportunities to better serve these customers.
Rsimone @ township enterprises. comWATERLOO —
A Waterloo company that produces food packaging containers purchased the company from South Carolina. Tri-
The city packaging company in Rupert Street, Waterloo employs about 50 employees, which have been acquired by the Mid Oaks portfolio company D & W Fine Pack.
The two companies jointly announced the acquisition this week.
D & W said it plans to keep Waterloo and its employees here.
Third founder
City packaging for Don Hexamer will continue to operate Waterloo business for D & W Fine packaging.
He said D & W was a \"good suitor\" for the company he started in 1999 \".
\"It promises to maintain the operations of Waterloo and retain all existing staff,\" he added . \".
Hexamer said that in fact, D & W is planning to develop its business in Waterloo, and as one of the largest food service packaging companies in North America, it has the ability to do so. D&W is a $280-
Millions of American private
Holding company making single
Use containers, cutlery, straws and meal packs. He said Tri-
Mainly concentrated in the Ontario market.
It is an important supplier here, especially for bakery wholesale companies that rely on rapid delivery of containers.
Still, Hexamer says, \"It\'s the North American market now,\" and D & W has access to a larger market.
When the acquisition was announced, Bill Williams served as interim chief executive of D & W Fine Pack, saying D & W really wanted a place in Canada.
\"We think this is a very good company,\" he said . \"
City has produced some very innovative packaging and many D & W customers will be interested.
Waterloo is known for its transparent plastic containers, which people often see when buying muffins, biscuits and other baked goods as well as fruits, vegetables and eggs.
It also makes deposit trays and custom
Make containers for other customers.
Mark Staton, the new president and CEO of D & W Fine Pack, who was appointed this week, confirmed the intention to grow the business here.
\"This is our first manufacturing location in Canada,\" he added . \".
There are already customers here.
He added that doing business in Waterloo will provide opportunities to better serve these customers.
Rsimone @ township enterprises. comWATERLOO —
A Waterloo company that produces food packaging containers purchased the company from South Carolina. Tri-
The city packaging company in Rupert Street, Waterloo employs about 50 employees, which have been acquired by the Mid Oaks portfolio company D & W Fine Pack.
The two companies jointly announced the acquisition this week.
D & W said it plans to keep Waterloo and its employees here.
Third founder
City packaging for Don Hexamer will continue to operate Waterloo business for D & W Fine packaging.
He said D & W was a \"good suitor\" for the company he started in 1999 \".
\"It promises to maintain the operations of Waterloo and retain all existing staff,\" he added . \".
Hexamer said that in fact, D & W is planning to develop its business in Waterloo, and as one of the largest food service packaging companies in North America, it has the ability to do so. D&W is a $280-
Millions of American private
Holding company making single
Use containers, cutlery, straws and meal packs. He said Tri-
Mainly concentrated in the Ontario market.
It is an important supplier here, especially for bakery wholesale companies that rely on rapid delivery of containers.
Still, Hexamer says, \"It\'s the North American market now,\" and D & W has access to a larger market.
When the acquisition was announced, Bill Williams served as interim chief executive of D & W Fine Pack, saying D & W really wanted a place in Canada.
\"We think this is a very good company,\" he said . \"
City has produced some very innovative packaging and many D & W customers will be interested.
Waterloo is known for its transparent plastic containers, which people often see when buying muffins, biscuits and other baked goods as well as fruits, vegetables and eggs.
It also makes deposit trays and custom
Make containers for other customers.
Mark Staton, the new president and CEO of D & W Fine Pack, who was appointed this week, confirmed the intention to grow the business here.
\"This is our first manufacturing location in Canada,\" he added . \".
There are already customers here.
He added that doing business in Waterloo will provide opportunities to better serve these customers.
Rsimone @ township enterprises.
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