Checkpoint Systems said Thursday that it completed the sale of its U.S. and Canadian CheckView business to Platinum Equity. Financial terms were not announced. Checkpoint announced the sale in march.
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. (NYSE: CKP) today announced that it has completed the sale of its U.S. and Canadian CheckView® business to an affiliate of Platinum Equity, a California-based private equity firm. On March 25, 2013, the Company announced that it had reached a definitive agreement with Platinum Equity to acquire all continuing business operations and assets associated with the U.S. and Canadian CheckView business.
Checkpoint Systems, Inc.
Checkpoint Systems is a global leader in shrink management, merchandise visibility and apparel labeling solutions. Checkpoint enables retailers and their suppliers to reduce shrink, improve shelf availability and leverage real-time data to achieve operational excellence. Checkpoint solutions are built upon more than 40 years of RF technology expertise, diverse shrink management offerings, a broad portfolio of apparel labeling solutions, market-leading RFID applications, innovative high-theft solutions and its Web-based Check-Net® data management platform. As a result, Checkpoint customers enjoy increased sales and profits by improving supply-chain efficiencies, by facilitating on-demand label printing and by providing a secure open-merchandising environment enhancing the consumer’s shopping experience. For more information, visit www.checkpointsystems.com.
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