An Ohio packaging solutions company has acquired a Moorestown-based provider of rotary labeling and coding solutions, it announced Monday.Pro Mach Inc., based in the Cincinnati area, said in a news release that the deal for Weiler Labeling Systems will expand its capabilities in the pharmaceutical and medical packaging area.
“We’re pleased to welcome the Weiler team to Pro Mach,” Michel Lapierre, president of Pro Mach’s pharmaceutical packaging group. “Weiler has built a stellar reputation among the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, and their solutions are a great addition to our product portfolio.”
Weiler President Ted Geiselman will become vice president and general manager with Pro Mach, and the latter company said it would continue to invest in Weiler’s workforce and operations to strengthen its portfolio and accelerate growth in key markets.
“Pro Mach’s reputation for continued investment in their brands as well as bundling solutions to better serve customers played a big part in getting this deal done,” Geiselman said in a prepared statement. “We wanted to be a part of the Pro Mach team so we could create additional value for our customers as well as create new opportunities to expand our business.”
Added Pro Mach CEO and President Mark Anderson: “We continue to add organizations that bring a great deal of experience and success in different aspects of packaging line creation and performance. We’re delighted about the unique advantages Weiler solutions bring, especially when combined with our vast product portfolio that starts at the filler and runs all the way to the end of the packaging line.”
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.