Board Converting News, December 27, 2021

Rohrer Corporation Acquires Jay Packaging Group In RI

Wadsworth, Ohio based Rohrer Corporation, a retail-pack- aging designer and manufacturer, last week announced that it closed on the acquisition of Jay Packaging Group, a premier specialty printing and thermoforming company. The addition of Jay Packaging Group to Rohrer strength- ens the combined capabilities of both companies in the areas of high-end printing and decorating, carded blister, thermoformed, and folded carton packaging. Jay Packaging Group is based in Warwick, Rhode Is- land. Since its founding in 1945, it has grown into one of the industry’s most creative package design, enhance- ment, and solutions companies in the Northeast for print- ing, folding cartons, and plastic components. Jay Packag- ing Group serves a variety of industries, including niche packaging for the beauty, luxe, home and health markets. “Jay Packaging Group is an innovative company with talented employees. It’s exciting to expand our opera- tions to the East Coast and invest in the people, plants and profitability of both businesses,” said Steve Wirrig, CEO of Rohrer Corporation. “Together, we can provide our customers with best of both worlds – unbeatable pack- aging solutions through Rohrer’s ezComboSM programs and custom printing and packaging options through Jay Packaging Group.” Richard Kelly, CEO and co-owner of Jay Packaging Group added, “I am proud of our team, and the business we have built over the years. I am confident the integration of Jay Packaging Group into Rohrer’s network will make both organizations stronger, and position us for further in- vestment, growth and job creation.” Mesirow acted as the financial advisor to Jay Packaging Group on the sale to Rohrer Corporation. Rohrer Corporation is a portfolio company of Wellspring Capital Management. Kampack To Relocate Headquarters, Expanding In Henry County, GA The Henry County Development Authority announced Fri- day that Kampack, a division of National Packaging Group, will relocate its company headquarters and expand its operations into Henry County with a new manufacturing facility in the King Mill Distribution Industrial Park. The new facility will create 120 new jobs and $35 million in invest- ment, according to HCDA officials. The new facility will help the company produce packaging products to supply customers in the Southeast. “We are excited to expand into Henry County with our new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers in the Southeast, while taking advantage of the area’s strong business growth to build our business. Henry County and



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