ProAmpac ( announces that is has acquired Trinity Packaging Corporation (Trinity,, a leading flexible packaging company specializing in large format packaging for the lawn and garden, food and specialty industrial markets. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Trinity is headquartered in Armonk, NY with operations in Rocky Mount, VA and Buffalo, NY. ProAmpac is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH operating primarily under the Prolamina, Ampac and Tulsack brands. ProAmpac is owned by Pritzker Group Private Capital along with management and co-investors. The combined company will have 22 manufacturing sites and 3,000 employees supplying more than 5,000 customers in 90 countries.

ProAmpac and Trinity serve a wide variety of end markets including food, pet care, healthcare, lawn care, retail and secure packaging for the transport of cash and valuables.

“Trinity Packaging’s legacy spans 100 years. They are a team of industry veterans with a great reputation for quality and service. I am confident that ProAmpac’s innovation coupled with Trinity’s capabilities will cement our role as strategic partners to our customers and suppliers," says Greg Tucker, chief executive officer of ProAmpac.

Trinity Packaging will retain its name and become a separate division within ProAmpac. John H. Freund, who is celebrating his 60th year with the company, will continue with the combined company as a member of the ProAmpac Board of Directors. Peter Freund, former president of Trinity states, “The combination of ProAmpac's management team coupled with the Pritzker Group's reputation for long- term stewardship made them both ideal partners for the Trinity family.”

Pritzker Group investment partner Michael Nelson adds, "Pritzker Group acquired ProAmpac because of its great team and history of successful acquisitions. The acquisition of Trinity represents our continued commitment to investing behind exceptional management, innovative products and excellent service that make both ProAmpac and Trinity strong partners to their customers."