Pro Mach acquires flexible printing company Greydon
September 15, 2015 by Canadian Plastics
In a bid to expand its footprint in the flexible packaging industry, packaging machinery maker Pro Mach Inc. has acquired Greydon Inc., a manufacturer of inline printing and coding solutions equipment.
The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
“Greydon strengthens our ability to be one of the most comprehensive labeling and coding solution providers in the packaging industry. They add value to our flexible packaging solutions and provide opportunities to further develop our integrated system product offering,” said Mark Anderson, president and CEO of Cleveland, Ohio-based Pro Mach.
Founded in 1993, York, Pa.-based Greydon makes printing systems for a wide variety of flexible packaging applications and materials, focusing on developing inline or retrofitted printing and coding solutions for form fill and seal machines for medical device, pharmaceutical, and food packagers.