Global PMI Partners Leading the Integration of Jack Link's Newly Acquired Unilever Division
Global PMI Partners, an international M&A boutique specializing in Post Merger Integration, is leading the integration of Jack Link's newly acquired meat snacks business.
Ghent, Belgium, October 10, 2014 (Newswire.com) - On April 1st, Jack Link’s officially acquired Unilever’s meat snacks brands. The sale includes the brands Bifi, sold in Germany, Benelux, Austria and Switzerland; and Peperami, which retails in the UK and Ireland; and the manufacturing unit in Ansbach, Germany.
Global PMI Partners is leading the carve-out from Unilever, integrating this business into Jack Link’s.
“Jack Link’s mission is to be the No. 1 provider of branded meat snacks throughout the world,” said Troy Link, CEO of Jack Link’s Beef Jerky. “This acquisition is a significant step in delivering on that mission. BiFi and Peperami brands continue to drive growth in meat snacks in their respective territories. We are excited to welcome these brands to the family and look forward to working with all of our team members and retail partners to continue that success.”
Jack Link’s is a US Meat Snack manufacturer with headquarters in Minong, Wisconsin. It was founded in 1986 by John ‘Jack’ Link and is called to be North America's best-selling brand of meat snacks. The company is growing rapidly and now has locations in multiple countries.
Global PMI Partners is the only independent international organization focusing exclusively on delivering pre- and post-merger integration, separation and transformation services.
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