Ardagh Glass, Inc.

Ardagh Glass, Inc.

Ardagh Glass, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

1983

Headquarters

3001 North Rocky Point Drive East,Suite 300,Tampa, FL 33607

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

2,840

Industries

Other Manufacturing
Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing
Paper Products

Company Description

Anchor Glass Container Corp. manufactures glass containers. It offers beer, beverage, liquor, food, and custom mold making products and services. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Tampa, FL.

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Executives & Employees

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Interim Chief Financial Officer, Vice President

Secretary, Vice President & General Counsel

Chief Technology Officer & Executive Vice President-Operations

General Manager

General Manager

Lean Six Sigma Manager

Head of Customer Service

Executive Vice President-Operations

Board of Directors

Partner at CVC Advisors (US), Inc.

Former Interim Chief Financial Officer at Ardagh Glass, Inc.

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at Ardagh Glass, Inc.

Former Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President at Ford Motor Company

Partner at Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

Professional at CVC Advisers Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer at Tableros de Fibras SA

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Recent Transactions
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CVC Advisers Ltd., BA Glass BV, Ocelot Acquisition, Inc. purchase Ardagh Glass, Inc. from KPS Capital Partners LP, AlpInvest Partners BV

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KPS Capital Partners LP purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from ARD Holdings SA

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ARD Holdings SA purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

Transaction Advisors
Legal Advisor

Advised onARD Holdings SA purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

Investment Advisor

Advised onCVC Advisers Ltd., BA Glass BV, Ocelot Acquisition, Inc. purchase Ardagh Glass, Inc. from KPS Capital Partners LP, AlpInvest Partners BV

Underwriter

Advised onArdagh Glass, Inc. issued USD Common Stock

Legal Advisor

Advised onARD Holdings SA purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

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Advised onARD Holdings SA purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

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Advised onARD Holdings SA purchases Ardagh Glass, Inc. from Wayzata Investment Partners LLC

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

Partner at Jones Day

Legal Advisor

Former Partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

Key Stats and Financials As of 2020
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$1.01B
Political Donations
Investors
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CVC Growth Partners II Fund invests in high growth middle market companies located in North America and Europe. The firm targets companies operating in the fields of software and technology enabled business services with enterprise value from EUR 200 million to EUR 1 billion. It provides financing for buyout capital requirements and also makes co-investments.

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AlpInvest is an active, long-term manager which aims to provide fund, secondary, co-investment, and mezzanine financing for companies in a range of sectors, including manufacturing, business and technology services, media and information, finance and insurance, retail, and healthcare. The firm seeks to make fund investments across the spectrum of private equity market, including buyouts, venture capital, mezzanine, distressed securities, secondary, sustainable energy and other specialty funds.AlpInvest's Fund Investments team takes a long-term investment perspective and follows an allocation process which includes top-down segment analysis and bottom-up general manager selection. The investment team regularly conducts a top-down analysis of the general characteristics, size, and growth of all private equity market segments. When they identify favorable segments, they select the general partners based on the team's desired geography, industry focus, and stage-of-life focus.The firm's Secondary Investments team acquires and restructures portfolios of private equity assets ranging from EUR 1 million to over 1 billion, partnering with private equity investors to provide creative portfolio solutions.AlpInvest's Co-Investments team invests alongside private equity sponsors in leveraged buyouts and growth capital transactions throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, seeking to invest in a range of businesses in all major industry sectors. The firm constructs diversified portfolios by investing in a range of partner funds in the middle and large buyout segments of the market.Their Mezzanine team invests in a variety of mezzanine securities across industries on a global basis. The team considers single investments up to EUR 100 million, seeking to invest in a range of mezzanine transactions, including LBOs, recapitalizations, and growth financings.

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KPS Capital Partners manages the KPS Special Situations Funds, a family of private equity funds that focuses on investments in restructurings, turnarounds and other special situations. The firm invests primarily in manufacturing, transportation and services companies. They will consider investments in companies in all industries except for high technology, financial services, telecommunications, broadcast media, real estate and natural resources/exploration.KPS Capital creates new companies to purchase operating assets out of bankruptcy. They also establish stand-alone entities to operate divested assets and recapitalize highly leveraged public and private companies. KPS Capital's investment strategy targets companies with strong franchises that are experiencing operating and financial problems. The firm invests their capital concurrently with a turnaround plan predicated on cost reduction, capital investment, capital availability, and in some situations, the introduction of new management. The turnaround plan is typically accompanied by a financial restructuring of the company's liabilities. They generally do not invest in turnaround plans where success is solely predicated on revenue growth or the ability to complete subsequent acquisitions.KPS Capital targets operating businesses including divisions, subsidiaries or individual plants of larger companies that are capable of operating as stand-alone companies. The firm does not invest in start-up ventures or re-starts. They focus in investments in companies with revenues of at least $250 million. Companies are not required to have a history of profitability to be considered for investment. KPS Capital considers investments in companies with a history of operating losses. The firm invests in mainly in companies headquartered in the US with a majority of their operations conducted in the US, Canada or Western Europe, however many of KPS Capital's portfolio companies operate businesses, manufacturing facilities and joint-ventures around the world.The firm focuses on opportunities with total transaction sizes up to $1 billion. KPS Capital may sponsor larger transactions through co-investments with their limited partners, other investors or employee groups. KPS Capital seeks to invest $25 million to $200 million of capital per transaction. Through its limited partners, the firm has access to additional capital to fund larger transactions. KPS Capital is a control investor. While they usually own a majority of a company's common stock, they exercise control by nominating a majority of a company's board of directors. As long as the firm maintains control, they are flexible regarding the size of their economic ownership of a company. The firm typically invests in common stock or in securities that are convertible into common stock, including preferred stock securities. They will extend secured or unsecured loans in connection with obtaining control pursuant to a purchase transaction. KPS will also extend debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing.

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