TriMas Announces Agreement to Acquire Affaba & Ferrari
Acquisition Further Expands TriMas’ Packaging Platform
“We are excited to announce an agreement between TriMas and the Ferrari family,” said
Affaba & Ferrari was founded by Rosanna Affaba in 1949 in
Amato continued, “We look forward to Silvia and Guglielmo, as well as the broader Affaba & Ferrari team, joining TriMas and our family of businesses. We are pleased to add the Affaba & Ferrari brand and business to TriMas’ Packaging group, as we believe the combination will unlock additional growth and expansion opportunities globally.”
Mediobanca and Alantra served as the financial advisors to the sellers.
TriMas’ planned acquisition of Affaba & Ferrari represents TriMas’ fourth acquisition in the packaging market since early 2019, and is consistent with the strategy to further build out its packaging platform. TriMas will discuss additional details related to this transaction on its third quarter 2020 earnings conference call later today.
TriMas is a global manufacturer and provider of products for customers primarily in the consumer products, aerospace and industrial end markets, with approximately 3,500 dedicated employees in 11 countries. We provide customers with a wide range of innovative and quality product solutions through our market-leading businesses. Our TriMas family of businesses has strong brand names in the end markets served, and operates under a common set of values and strategic priorities under the TriMas Business Model. TriMas is publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “TRS,” and is headquartered in
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