Consolidated Container buys STC Plastics

Consolidated Container Co. (CCC) acquires STC Plastics, Inc., located in Chino, Calif. STC will become a wholly owned subsidiary of CCC and the two companies will combine their polycarbonate operations to better focus on this market. Scott Keller, former STC Plastics president, will join CCC as vice president of PC Water Sales, reporting to Bob Walton, senior vice president of the Beverage and Industrial Container Group...

ATLANTA, Feb. 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Consolidated Container Co. (CCC) has acquired STC Plastics, Inc., located in Chino, Calif. STC will become a wholly owned subsidiary of CCC and the two companies will combine their polycarbonate (PC) operations to better focus on this market. Scott Keller, former president of STC Plastics, will join CCC as the vice president of PC Water Sales, reporting to Bob Walton, senior vice president of the Beverage and Industrial Container Group. This acquisition couples CCC's nationwide manufacturing platform with STC's reputation for outstanding customer service.

Consolidated Container Co. (www.cccllc.com), which was created in 1999, is a leading North American developer, manufacturer and marketer of rigid plastic containers for many of the largest branded consumer products and beverage companies in the world. Clients include Dean Foods, DS Waters of America, The Kroger Company, Nestle Waters North America, National Dairy Holdings, The Procter & Gamble Company, Coca-Cola North America, Quaker Oats, Scotts and Colgate-Palmolive. It has a nationwide network of 56 strategically located manufacturing facilities, including three manufacturing facilities in Canada and Mexico, and a research, development and engineering center located in Atlanta.

STC was founded in 1985 as Bison Industries by James K. Keller and was reorganized in 1992 as STC Plastics. New Wave Water Systems, a sister company owned by James Keller as well, served as a distributor of bottles for STC Plastics until 1998. At that time, Scott Keller merged New Wave and STC Plastics when he took over as president of STC Plastics. STC operates one plant in Chino, Calif.

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