M & a volume of the hottest global plastics and pa

2022-08-01
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The volume of M & A transactions in the global plastics and packaging industry decreased

according to the latest data, in the first half of 2013, M & A activities in the global plastics industry decreased by nearly 1/4 year-on-year. As of June 11, P mcorporatefinance, a U.S. - based merger and acquisition company, tracked 146 global mergers and acquisitions in plastics and packaging, down 23% from the first half of 2012. According to the report of PM, the end markets with the largest decline in M & A activities include food and beverage (down 31%), industry (down 21%) and consumer goods (down 47%). In terms of the processing industry, blow molding saw the largest decline. In the first half of last year, there were 16 M & A transactions in this field, and only 8 in the first half of this year. The number of M & A transactions in the injection molding field decreased by 20 year-on-year. According to plastic related news, one of the main goals of the aluminum industry to cope with climate change in 2013 is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at all stages of the life cycle of aluminum products. In the first half of this year, milac, a unique pet bottle processing technology, significantly improved the shelf life, purchased mold masters for us $970million, Other large-scale transactions include jabilcircuit's acquisition of Nypro, a leading injection mold manufacturer in North America, for us $665million; Cclinddustries acquired two packaging plants of averydennsion for us $500million. According to standard & Poor's (SP), a credit rating agency, in many mergers and acquisitions, for transactions of more than 500million US dollars, the vector control switch under the strategic machine usually needs to pay about 10 times for the rotary shaft driven by the electric transmission belt; Financial buyers have less than 8 times. For transactions less than $500million, strategic buyers need to pay about 8 times. Financial buyers usually do not do such small transactions

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