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RPC Group is to acquire BPI, the Greenock-based packaging group with 350 staff in Scotland, for £261m.
13-Jun-2016


RPC Group has acquired Maynard & Harris, the Beccles-based supplier of rigid plastic packaging with 700 staff, for £103m.
17-Dec-2013


RPC Group is to acquire Superfos Industries, the Danish plastic packaging manufacturer with 1,300 staff at nine plants across Europe, for £205m.
16-Dec-2010


RPC Group has acquired Raytec, the Dutch injection moulding company, for £3m.
10-Oct-2007


RPC is to acquire the European plastic packaging operations of Nampak for £23m, and the Woburn Sands site will be closed and production transferred to the other two sites in Haltwhistle and Llantrisant.
02-Nov-2004


RPC, the plastic packaging supplier, is planning to double production of inhalers next year, in order to meet rising demand from Boehringer of the US.
09-Jun-2004


RPC is to acquire WIKO, the German manufacturer of packaging for the cosmetics industry, for £25m.
20-Jul-2000


RPC is planning to set up a new £7m plastic packaging factory at Old Dalby in Leicestershire, with the creation of 50 jobs.
10-Apr-2000


RPC has acquired Dutch thermoforming company TWP Packaging Twente and its Polish subsidiary TWP Polska.
28-Mar-2000


RPC has bought Cresstale, the supplier of lipstick containers, out of receivership for £8m, securing 420 jobs at the Teesside plant.
22-Sep-1999


RPC has acquired the plastic sheet business of Montonate of Italy for £9m, as part of a strategy to become a pan-European supplier of polystyrene and polyester sheets.
16-Jun-1999


RPC is buying the German disposable packaging business of Gizeh from Deutsche Beteiligungs for £16m, which will make it the second largest producer of plastic cups in Europe.
08-Jul-1998


RPC, the plastic packaging concern, is acquiring CPE of Germany from Viag, for £62m, a deal which will more than double its sales.
14-Dec-1996