Acuity Law Advises Tri-Wall UK LTD On The Acquisition Of The Corrugated Case Company

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Acuity Law Advises Tri-Wall UK LTD On The Acquisition Of The Corrugated Case Company

Acuity Law has advised the UK arm of global packaging specialists Tri-Wall on its acquisition of The Corrugated Case Company, a Derbyshire-based sheet plant manufacturer.

This latest deal between Monmouth-based Tri-Wall UK Ltd and The Corrugated Case Company, (CCC) is the latest in a string of large-scale deals for the leading commercial law firm.

The acquisition pushes Tri-Wall past a turnover of £60 million in the UK and expands its product range.

Jon Lawley, lead partner at Acuity, said: “Since 2017 we have worked closely with Tri-Wall on its expansion in the UK, advising it on its acquisition of sites in South Wales, the North East, the West Midlands, and Manchester. I’m delighted that we have once again been able to assist CEO Gavin Peters and his team with their ambitious growth plans as they expand the Tri-Wall team into the East Midlands.”

Gavin Peters CEO UK Operations at Tri-Wall, said: “I’ve been really impressed by Jon and the Acuity team. This is the third deal we have done with them and I find them to be focused and responsive with a pragmatic, commercial and risk-based approach to negotiations. The Acuity team is a great fit as legal partners for Tri-Wall and their emphasis on entrepreneurship and commerciality fits well with our ethos. We look forward to working with them further in the coming months.”

For further information about these deals, and how our award-winning Corporate team can help you and your business, contact our Corporate Team today.

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