Smurfit - Stone is benefiting from recent strength in corrugated markets.
Smurfit - Stone is working through its cost-reduction program with modest results.
America) have all more than doubled. Following a wave of consolidation, including Rock-Tenn's acquisition of Smurfit - Stone in 2011 and International Paper's acquisition of Temple Inland in 2012, about 73% of domestic containerboard supply
packaging operations it acquired from Smurfit - Stone in 2011, but the legacy consumer ..... Internal Revenue Service review of Smurfit 's tax returns found no concerns ..... return on sales since before the Smurfit acquisition. With lower selling
being the 2009 bankruptcy of Smurfit - Stone Container . At the time, the company ..... it emerged from bankruptcy, Smurfit - Stone was acquired in 2011 by Rock-Tenn ..... basis since the Rock-Tenn/ Smurfit - Stone merger was completed in May
the chemical sector bought Nalco, [TICKER:RKT] Rock-Tenn which is in the paper and packaging sector bought Smurfit - Stone . And in each of these situations, a company did a strategic acquisition where they temporarily increased the leverage
struggled to integrate the acquired Smurfit Stone mills. Though the integration process ..... performance improvements from the Smurfit acquisition currently stands at ..... difficulty realizing synergies from the Smurfit acquisition than International Paper
recent industry consolidation--particularly the major International Paper/Temple-Inland and Rock-Tenn/ Smurfit - Stone acquisitions--has led to tighter inventory levels, longer backlogs, and fewer suppliers for converters to play
price). The packaging sector has been white-hot recently with large acquisitions such as Rock Tenn RKT acquiring Smurfit Stone , Sealed Air SEE buying Diversey, and Silgan SLGN purchasing Graham Packaging. While the proposed acquisition would
compared to its peers (Packaging Corporation of America PKG (11.1%), Temple-Inland TIN (11.9%), and Smurfit Stone SSCC (6.1%). However, since the first quarter is typically a seasonally weak quarter and Temple-Inland and PCA