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Tosca acquires Georgia Pacific’s reusable plastic container division

Tosca Limited, a Green Bay, Wis.-based provider of reusable container pooling and logistics services to the food supply chain, announced that it has acquired the reusable plastic container (RPC) division of Georgia-Pacific LLC.

August 1, 2012   Canadian Plastics

Tosca Limited, a Green Bay, Wis.-based provider of reusable container pooling and logistics services to the food supply chain, announced that it has acquired the reusable plastic container (RPC) division of Georgia-Pacific LLC.

The acquisition is intended to expand Tosca’s portfolio of products and services offered to customers in the produce, dairy, beverage, and protein industries.

The terms of the deal have not been announced.

The acquisition includes facilities in Memphis, Tenn.; Garland, Texas, and King City, Calif.

Tosca will continue to operate the facilities and will retain Georgia Pacific RPC’s management team and employees.

“The acquisition of GP RPC allows Tosca to expand its available services to its customers, including food and beverage processors, produce growers, grocery retailers and foodservice operators,” John Frey, chief executive officer of Tosca, said in a press release. “GP RPC’s exceptional team, customer focus and premier products and services are an ideal fit with Tosca’s existing platform. The goal is to maintain our position as a nimble, customer service-centric organization. Our combined companies are well-positioned and capitalized to take advantage of the substantial growth in demand for reusable container pooling services.”


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