New York, NY based Mill Rock Capital, a growth and operations oriented private investment firm, announced that its portfolio company, Mill Rock Packaging Partners LLC, has acquired All Packaging Company, a specialty paper packaging company focused on various consumer end markets. Mill Rock Packaging is a specialty packaging company focused on leading design, innovation and technology; strong operational capabilities and excellent customer service. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
All Packaging, based in Aurora, Colorado, and founded in 1946, is a full-service provider of specialty paperboard packaging to the food and beverage, health and beauty, pharmaceutical and other consumer end markets. The company’s comprehensive service suite includes all requirements of a folding carton program, including graphic and structural design, prepress and proofing, printing and converting, in-house cutting and creasing and ancillary services.
Customers rely on All Packaging to create packaging that enhances the consumer experience in both retail and e-commerce environments while maintaining brand integrity. All Packaging operates two facilities in Utah and Colorado.
All Packaging will continue operating under the leadership of President Kenneth Pepper, who has made a significant investment in Mill Rock Packaging, along with other members of senior management.
The company becomes a sister company of Trojan Lithograph Corporation, which was acquired by Mill Rock Packaging in August 2020. The combination substantially increases the scale and scope of Mill Rock Packaging’s operations, which now comprise three converting facilities in the Western U.S., an enhanced product and service offering and a complete spectrum of design, engineering and production capabilities.
“This combination creates a powerhouse in specialty paperboard packaging that represents a superior value proposition in the marketplace,” said Mill Rock Packaging Chairman Edward Rose. “We will continue to target growth with new and existing customers through the combined strengths of both companies and further planned investment in conversion capabilities and automation.”
“We are delighted to join forces with Mill Rock Packaging,” said Pepper. “Going forward, we’ll sustain our commitment to our customers’ success, offering the same high-quality service with the combined resources of a broader platform.”