Transcendia, a leader in custom engineered materials for critical product components in a wide range of markets and applications, completed the acquisition of Marshall Plastic Film. The acquisition broadens Transcendia’s material science expertise, industry leading service, and extensive technology platform into engineered polyethylene films.
“The strategic acquisition of Marshall Plastic will further expand the geographic reach for our industry leading MetPro anti-corrosion technology and provide Transcendia the capabilities needed to further support our global customers,” said Andy J. Brewer, President and CEO of Transcendia.
“Additionally, Marshall’s engineered pharmaceutical films will further enhance Transcendia’s rapidly expanding healthcare offering.”
Marshall Plastic has over 40 years of expertise in providing engineered film solutions and specializes in the production of blown polyethylene films and custom bag making at its Martin, Michigan facility. In addition to producing anti-corrosion films, Marshall Plastic supports a wide range of high performance applications in the healthcare, food and industrial markets.
“We are excited to be a part of Transcendia,” said Marshall Plastic President John Roggow. “Our talented group of employees and technology will now be part of a company with the infrastructure and resources to expand our business throughout North America,” said Roggow.
This marks the fifth strategic acquisition Transcendia has completed over the last four years as part of its transformation to become a predominant global custom engineered films company.