CCL Acquiring Treofan Americas – Following the nearly $255 million deal, the acquired Treofan entities will trade under the Innovia brand – CCL Treofan Americas Trespaphan Mexico Holdings

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CCL Acquiring Treofan Americas

Following the nearly $255 million deal, the acquired Treofan entities will trade under the Innovia brand.

CCL Industries Inc., the world’s largest PS label converter, announced that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire Treofan America Inc. and Trespaphan Mexico Holdings GmbH from their ultimate parent, M&C S.p.A., an Italian public company listed on the Milan stock exchange. The entities to be acquired represent the “Treofan Americas” business in the U.S., Latin America and Canada. M&C S.p.A. would continue to control the equivalent European business through Treofan Germany GmbH & Co. KG and Treofan Italy S.p.A which form no part of this transaction.

The acquired Treofan entities will trade under the Innovia brand name post close with M&C S.p.A. retaining rights to the Treofan name.

Treofan Americas is a leading producer of biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film-based in Zacapu, Mexico, with capacity of 60,000 tons for specialty applications in consumer packaging and label markets. Approximately 65% of sales are transacted in the United States from a sales office and distribution center in North Carolina, the remaining balance predominantly in Latin America. 2017 Treofan Americas sales were approximately $212 million with an estimated, adjusted EBITDA of $40 million.

The purchase price, net of cash and debt assumed, is approximately $255 million with closing anticipated in the second quarter of 2018 subject to regulatory approvals and customary completion procedures. Treofan Americas will install a state-of-the-art 10-meter-wide BOPP extrusion line in late 2018 adding 30,000 tons of capacity requiring a significant facility expansion in Mexico. The company agreed to reimburse M&C S.p.A. for

all cash capital expenditures incurred on this project at closing as an increase to the purchase price. The company will subsequently complete the project thereafter as normal course 2018 capital expenditure. The total capital expenditure on the project is estimated at $65 million with approximately 50% cash outlay incurred by the anticipated closing date. Given the substantial investment plus legacy business growth, the company is targeting an increase in acquired EBITDA to approximately $55 million by 2021 at current exchange rates.

“The proposed acquisition gives Innovia a solid strategic footprint for BOPP films in both North America and Europe with highly complementary technologies and products,” said Geoffrey T. Martin, president and CEO. “The business will be combined with Innovia in the Americas under a common brand and the leadership of Guenther Birkner who heads our label interests globally in the Food & Beverage and Healthcare & Specialty markets as well as this important new strategic initiative in the materials science arena.”

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