A Ropes & Gray team advised Tekni-Plex in its agreement to acquire Grupo Phoenix. Grupo Phoenix manufactures rigid packaging and specializes in innovative and sustainable custom packaging solutions with capabilities in the United States, Colombia and Mexico and customers in over 30 countries. Tekni-Plex is a globally-integrated company focused on developing and manufacturing products for a wide variety of end markets, including medical, pharmaceutical, food, beverage, personal care, household and industrial. The transaction was announced in a press release.
The team advising Tekni-Plex was led by private equity partner Elizabeth Gallucci (San Francisco), private equity associates Anna Park (New York), Claire Wolter (Boston) and Andrew Flynn (San Francisco), tax partner Ben Rogers (San Francisco), private equity counsel Amy Olson (San Francisco), real estate partner Peter Alpert (Boston), employment, executive compensation and employee benefits partners Jennifer Rikoski (Boston) and Doug Brayley (Boston), life sciences regulatory & compliance partner Al Cacozza (Washington, D.C.) and leveraged finance partner Michael Lee (Boston).
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