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UPDATED — Jarden Corp. announced July 13 that is buying Waddington Group Inc. , a maker plastic food-service products, for $1. 35 billion. The deal is scheduled to close in the third quarter. Jarden Chairman Martin Franklin said Waddington is an attractive acquisition target for a variety of reasons, including its experienced management team, best-in-class technology and manufacturing capabilities. He also cited Waddington’s market-leading positions in premium and green food-service products. Waddington is based in Covington, Ky. , and is owned by private equity firm Olympus Partners of Stamford, Conn. Jarden is a publicly traded company based in Boca Raton, Fla. Waddington does injection molding and thermoforming at plants in the United States, Canada and Europe. Its food-service products are used in catering, bakery, deli and chain restaurants, produce and confectionary markets. Waddington has sales of about $800 million and profit of $150 million, according to Jarden. Waddington has about 3,700 customers, 2,900 employees, and 17 manufacturing facilities. Waddington does thermoforming in Toronto. Chattanooga, Tenn. Arklow, Ireland. Milton Keynes, England. Bridgwater, England. and Buckinghamshire, England. It does injection molding in Montreal. Chelmsford, Mass. City of Industry, Calif. (where it has two plants). and Lancaster, Texas. It sells under the WNA, Polar Pack, Par-Pak, Waddington and Eco Products brand names, with Eco Products specializing in compostable materials, including compostable plastics. Jarden had 2014 sales of $8. 29 billion. Jarden makes a wide variety of consumer goods. It has an injection molding business, Jarden Plastic Solutions, which has plants in Greer, S. C. Reedsville, Pa. Springfield, Mo. East Wilton, Maine. and Christchurch, England. Jarden’s plastics business molds products including medical products and plastic cutlery. Plastics News estimated Jarden Plastic Solutions’ 2014 North American injection molding sales at $175 million. Mike Evans, Waddington’s president and CEO, will remain with the company. “Waddington's entrepreneurial growth culture is a strong cultural fit with Jarden, while offering a compelling financial and strategic value proposition,” Franklin said in a news release. Source: www.plasticsnews.com
Ways people unknowingly make a big dent on nature when they go camping includes widening trails by sticking to the edges of them rather than going down the middle, not planning their meals ahead to reduce waste and not having a camping plan and... (123RF) With the summer season upon us, a lot of Nova Scotians are going to be packing up their tents, kayaks and s’mores kits and go camping in one of our many beautiful, natural parks. Of course, all but the most insensitive of campers are going to go in knowing not to harm the land in their stead. You know, avoiding littering, not harming wildlife — pretty common rules of nature etiquette, all things considered. However, there’s a lot more that even the campers with the best intentions can — and often — unknowingly do that has a big impact on nature around us. That’s where the Leave No Trace organization comes in. LNT is an international education... “Most people are pretty well-meaning, and they don’t want to mess things up in the environment,” says Lyse Boyce, a Leave No Trace educator here in Halifax. “We’re trying to reach those [people]. You might be asking right about now, what kind of everyday camping practices might be leaving a harmful impact on the natural world. Boyce has a few examples. “For example, campfires. Most people, they love to have a campfire when they’re camping. It’s fun, and you can cook stuff on it. It’s a good social setting,” says Boyce, who says that, left unchecked, campers can cause lots of damage by making new fire pits willy-nilly. “It’s way better to find an existing campsite, and usually an existing fire pit, rather than creating another one. If you create another one … that just has way more impact on the land. So it’s better to use campsites that exist. Other common ways people unknowingly make a big dent on nature when they go camping includes widening trails by sticking to the edges of them rather than going down the middle, not planning their meals ahead to reduce waste and not having a... That all may sound taxing, but Leave No Trace. Source: thechronicleherald.ca
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Jarden's plastics business molds products including medical products and plastic cutlery. estimated Jarden Plastic Solutions' 2014 North American injection molding sales at $175 million. Mike Evans, Waddington's president and CEO, will
Pack a box to be opened first for each room, eg crockery, cutlery in the kitchen, bedlinen in the bedroom, towels in the bathroom. 07/03/17, @Pretloves
@OfHatsAndTricks counter to pack later. Little cups, plates and cutlery was collected as well, alongside with a bot… https://t.co/3hYSW6CUZP 07/03/17, @DeliriusDaemon
Searching through a cutlery pack for a spoon in darkness while intoxicated is a frustrating experience. 07/01/17, @morelifematty
Plus it requires REMEMBERING ahead of time to wash/dry the tiny reusable cutlery and pack it in your bag. 07/01/17, @_Lilysea
Honest to god I had a multi pack of cutlery at the start of the year. 7 of each piece. I'm leaving with 400 spoons, 3 forks and a knife. 06/30/17, @fullfatsass