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MPS completes Presentation Products purchase

Multi Packaging Solutions (MPS), a global leader in print and packaging solutions, has formally completed the acquisition of Presentation Products Group, following the necessary regulatory approval.

With manufacturing operations in Scotland and sourcing expertise in Asia, Presentation Products Group broadens the MPS global infrastructure for rigid packaging. The business also offers fulfillment services, creating a compelling offering for luxury packaging, gift sets, travel retail, and commemorative editions.

“Presentation Products has a strong reputation for innovation and is a well-respected supplier of premium rigid boxes,” commented Dennis Kaltman, president of MPS. “The business adds geographical and service breadth to our position as one of the world’s producers of premium packaging, and we warmly welcome our new colleagues.”

MPS provides customers with an extensive array of print-based specialty packaging, including premium folding cartons, labels, inserts/leaflets, and specialty packaging across a variety of substrates and finishes. The company has 60 manufacturing locations in North America, Asia and Europe and employs over 9,000 people. MPS is a portfolio company of Carlyle Group and of Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC.

Presentation Products has operations in the Scotland, UK, as well as Hong Kong and China. The group employs approximately 150 people globally and supplies both multinational and smaller regional clients in Europe, Asia and the United States. The company produces a broad range of rigid packaging styles made from paperboard, wood and other substrates that are embellished with other materials. The company produces a broad range of rigid packaging styles made from paperboard, wood and other substrates that are embellished with other materials. The company also offers products such as gift hampers and various other specialty products complementary to its position as a global luxury packaging supplier.

9 March 2015 - Felicity Murray The Drinks Report, editor