Dazpak Flexible Packaging recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of Atlapac Corporation of Columbus, Ohio.
Dazpak, which is based in Southern California, is a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, a private equity firm based in Miami, Florida. Since H.I.G. bought Dazpak in late 2020, Dazpak has completed four acquisitions, including the recent purchase of the Inno-lok Division of Polymer Packaging of Massillon, Ohio.
“The acquisition strengthens the combined companies’ ability to provide flexible packaging solutions and services in the Midwest and will accelerate Dazpak’s entry into new products and markets,” H.I.G. says in a news release.
Dazpak is a flexible packaging company that prints and converts flexible packaging solutions for the food and beverage, health and beauty, pet food, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and agricultural markets. Products include printed laminated roll stock, stand-up zipper pouches, stick packs and sachets, shrink sleeves, pressure-sensitive labels, unprinted roll stock, pouches, and bags.
Atlapac is a flexible packaging and pouch converter serving the food and beverage, home care, and health care end markets.