- Dallas Plastics’ acquisition of Emballage MPP extends the company’s reach into Canada
- Emballage MPP is a manufacturer of polyethylene-based blown film products
- Sole Source Capital acquired Dallas Plastics last year
Dallas Plastics, a Sole Source Capital portfolio company, has completed its second add-on acquisition, buying Emballage MPP. The deal follows Dallas Plastics’ purchase of Hi-De Liners in 2021.
A manufacturer of blown polyethylene film, Dallas Plastics, is headquartered in Mesquite, Texas. It was acquired by Sole Source Capital in 2021.
The deal for Emballage MPP, a Montreal-based manufacturer of polyethylene-based blown film products, sees Dallas Plastics extend its reach into Canada. The acquisition enhances Dallas Plastics’ customer base and strengthens its position in the production and distribution of high-performance specialty films used in flexible packaging.
“We are excited to welcome MPP to the Dallas Plastics portfolio,” said Kevin Pierce, CEO of Dallas Plastics. “With a focus on food packaging products and exposure to the Canadian market, we believe MPP makes a great addition to our growing company. We look forward to continuing to provide MPP’s customers with the excellent customer service and quality that they’ve come to expect from Angelo Orlando and his team.”
“We look forward to partnering with Dallas Plastics,” said Angelo Orlando, founder of Emballage MPP. “We have no doubt that MPP will be an excellent foothold into Canada for Dallas Plastics. MPP stands to benefit from Dallas Plastics’ scale, connectivity with resin suppliers, and operational expertise.”
Sole Source Capital, founded in 2016, and is a Dallas-based private equity firm that invests in fragmented, high-growth industrial subsectors.