After higher containerboard prices, good execution, and a successful integration of Temple - Inland supported a period of strong results, International Paper's IP momentum slowed in the first quarter. Compared with the positive
times EBITDA that IP paid for Temple - Inland a few months later, but Rock ..... 2002. By comparison, most of Temple - Inland 's mills fell into the first ..... that IP's integration of the Temple - Inland assets has exceeded initial expectations
announced its intent to acquire Temple - Inland and extend its position as the ..... complaint against the original IP/ Temple - Inland merger proposal found a lack ..... s close scrutiny of the IP/ Temple - Inland merger and its requirement for
financially stretched following the Temple - Inland acquisition and a sustained recessionary ..... capital.With the acquisition of Temple - Inland , IP has established a dominant ..... its balance sheet to acquire Temple - Inland and that in the coming years
synergy realization from the Temple - Inland acquisition. At year-end 2012 ..... expected performance with the Temple - Inland integration, IP did have a few ..... by $1.9 billion since the Temple - Inland acquisition in February 2011
Jan 29 (Reuters) - International Paper Co reported better-than-expected results for the fourth quarter, helped by its acquisition of smaller rival Temple - Inland last year.
had much more difficulty realizing synergies from the Smurfit acquisition than International Paper has had with its Temple - Inland acquisition, which we maintain is due primarily to the lower mill quality at Smurfit and Rock-Tenn's relative
Dec 13 - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today its ratings on International Paper Co. (BBB/Stable/--) and Georgia-Pacific LLC (A/Stable/--) are unchanged following International Paper's...
Dec 13 (Reuters) - International Paper Co said it will sell its Temple - Inland building products business to Georgia-Pacific LLC for $750 million in cash.
International Paper ( IP ) agrees to sell its Temple - Inland Building Product division to Georgia-Pacific for $750M in a deal expected to close in the first quarter of 2013. Assets turned