Consolidated Container Co. LLC is acquiring a Utah bottle maker in a move that allows the company to continue to seek growth in "multiple end markets," the company said.
The Atlanta-based blow molder, a unit of Loews Corp., did not disclose terms of the deal in an May 24 announcement for Sonic Plastics Enterprises LLC of Lindon, Utah.
"This acquisition is strategically located in the mountain west region where we continue to drive growth in multiple end markets through an expanding portfolio," said Mark Shafer, senior vice president and general manager for the for the Food, Nutrition and Beverage Group at CCC, in a statement.
"Sonic Plastics' experience in the production of packaging for the nutraceutical, health and beauty end markets allows CCC to provide our customers with new and unique packaging solutions," he said.
Sonic's production portfolio includes Boston rounds, straight-side wide mouth, wide-mouth, decanter/carafe, contour and specialty bottles, according to the company.
The blow molding company was founded in 1998, and consolidated into a single 47,000-square-foot building from three locations at the end of 2017. Lindon is located about 35 miles south of Salt Lake City.
Consolidated Container is No. 6 in the Plastics News ranking of North America's largest blow molders with estimated annual sales of $915 million. It has 63 rigid plastic packaging plants and owns plastics recycler Envision Plastics, which operates two locations.