Menasha Packaging acquires Pennsylvania printing company

Special to The Freeman

March 31, 2014

NEENAH – Menasha Packaging Company announced Monday it has acquired Strine Printing Company, Inc., of York, Pa.

The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

“The acquisition of Strine Printing Company strengthens our graphic packaging, merchandising and fulfillment capabilities and supports our operations on the East Coast. 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,” said Mike Waite, president of Menasha Packaging, in a statement.

Menasha Corporation is the parent of Menasha Packaging. Its other business is ORBIS Corporation. Strine employs approximately 300 people. Both companies are family-owned.

“The Strine acquisition is an outstanding strategic fit with Menasha Packaging’s focus on providing point-of-sale expertise to targeted customers. The acquisition will allow Menasha Packaging to deliver a broader offering to Strine and existing Menasha Packaging customers, and represents a key step in expanding both our market presence and base of customers,” said Jim Kotek, president and CEO of Menasha Corporation, in the statement.

Menasha Packaging Company, LLC is based in Neenah and has more than 2,400 employees at locations nationwide. Menasha Packaging is a provider of graphic consumer packaging, merchandising solutions, corrugated packaging, food packaging, shipping containers and material handling solutions and is home of the Retail Integration Group.