Owens-Illinois, Inc. (extinct)

Owens-Illinois, Inc. (extinct)

Owens-Illinois, Inc. (extinct)

Overview
Date Founded

1987

Headquarters

One Michael Owens Way, Perrysburg, OH, 43551, USA

Type of Company

Public

Employees (Worldwide)

27K

Industries

Other Manufacturing
Plastics & Synthetics
Paper Products
Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing
Food

Company Description

Owens-Illinois, Inc. engages in the manufacture and supply of glass containers for beverages. It provides glass packaging for food items such as soft drinks, teas, juices, and pharmaceuticals. The company was founded by Michael J. Owens in 1903 and is headquartered in Perrysburg, OH.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Financial Officer & Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Chief Technology Officer & Vice President

Interim Lead Independent Director

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Recent Transactions
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Owens-Illinois, Inc., Owens-Brockway Glass Container, Inc. purchase Vitro SAB de CV /Food & Beverage Glass Container Bus from Vitro SAB de CV

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Rexam Ltd. purchases OI Plastic Products FTS, Inc. from Owens-Illinois, Inc.

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Owens-Illinois, Inc. issued USD Common Stock

Transaction Advisors
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Advised onOwens-Illinois, Inc. purchases Invensys Plc /BTR Glass & Plastic Packaging Business from BTR Plc

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Advised onOwens-Illinois, Inc. purchases Invensys Plc /BTR Glass & Plastic Packaging Business from BTR Plc

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Advised onOwens-Illinois, Inc. purchases BSN Glasspack SA from Glasspack Participations SA, CVC Advisers Ltd.

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Advised onOwens-Illinois, Inc. purchases BSN Glasspack SA from Glasspack Participations SA, CVC Advisers Ltd.

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Advised onOwens-Illinois, Inc. purchases BSN Glasspack SA from Glasspack Participations SA, CVC Advisers Ltd.

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Advised onRexam Ltd. purchases OI Plastic Products FTS, Inc. from Owens-Illinois, Inc.

Advisors & Consultants
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Partner at Latham & Watkins LLP

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Partner at Latham & Watkins LLP

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Partner at Latham & Watkins LLP

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Key Stats and Financials As of
Market Capitalization
$1.29B
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Political Donations
$1,000
2014
$1,600
2014
$1,500
2014
Awards & Honors
Rank #418
2016
Fortune Magazine - Fortune 1000 Companies
Sponsored by Fortune Magazine
Rank #418
2016
Fortune Magazine - Fortune 500 Companies
Sponsored by Fortune Magazine
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