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Rexam Personal Care Division

Brussels opens the way to the merger between Albéa and Rexam Personal Care

Brussels opens the way to the merger between Albéa and Rexam Personal Care The EU Commission has approved the acquiring of Rexam's personal care division, a manufacturer of cosmetics packaging by Sun Capital Partners, thus cranny the way to the fusion with Albéa. According to the Commission, its investigation confirmed

Rexam acquisition on the cards as Albéa looks to conquer new ground

Cosmetics packaging provider Albéa is looking to consummation its current offering in the beauty segment with the purchase of Rexam's Personal Care division, and the European Commission has approved the proposed getting. The future could be bright

Rexam's panache technology platform launched at Luxe Pack Monaco

Rexam's panache technology platform launched at Luxe Pack Monaco Rexam Personal Care Division's Flourish technology platform keeps winning customers for fragrance and other shoot applications, and is proving itself a favorite with consumers as well. Launched just last year, at Luxe Ram Monaco, this year's show

Rexam creates packaging for L'Oreal Paris and Givenchy

L'Oreal Paris and LVMH label Givenchy called upon Rexam Personal Care to help create the packaging for their recent color cosmetics launches; mutatis mutandis the Visible Lift Repair Absolute foundation and the Noir Couture mascara. The solid produced

Ball wins European Commission approval for proposed acquisition of Rexam

The move marks the final regulatory clearance in Europe for the company to complete the acquisition.

Additionally, the EC has approved Luxembourg-based packaging maker Ardagh Group's offer to acquire certain Ball and Rexam businesses.

In April, Ardagh agreed to acquire certain metal beverage can manufacturing facilities in Europe, Brazil and the US from Ball and Rexam for $3.42bn.

Ball's deal, which received final unconditional regulatory clearance on 8 June in Brazil, is subject to US regulatory clearance.

Rexam produces close to 64 billion cans of varied sizes annually, which are used for products including carbonated soft drinks, beer, energy drinks and other drinks categories.

The new entity that will be formed as a result of the acquisition is expected to supply the beverage, food, personal care, household product and aerospace industries with close to $15bn in revenues.

In a statement, Ball earlier said that the combined entity is expecting to be able to achieve net annual cost synergies of approximately $300m in the third financial year of operations of the combined group.