The Asset Purchase is expected to provide Solegear with annualized revenues estimated at US$2 million.
“We’re delighted to have the opportunity to welcome Ex-Tech’s bioplastic division to the Solegear family,” said Paul Antoniadis, CEO of Solegear. “Further to the strategic partnership formed with Ex-Tech in 2015, we believe the amalgamation of Solegear and Ex-Tech’s bioplastic expertise, people and commercial efforts under the Solegear brand will further accelerate the commercialization of thermoformed bioplastic packaging in food and non-food applications.” Mr. Antoniadis further stated, “This transaction marks a significant milestone in Solegear’s strategy to grow its business through targeted acquisitions, joint ventures and organic sales.”
Impact Corona on Bioplastics
“In completing a strategic review it became clear there was greater value to be achieved by combining our bioplastic business with Solegear,” said William Riesbeck, President of Ex-Tech Plastics. “I believe this transaction will put more resources behind our bioplastics business to unlock more revenue potential by combining our knowledge and expertise”.
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