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Berry Global announces review of strategic alternatives for its health, hygiene & specialties segment

* Berry-Global_Tom-Salmon.jpgBerry Global Group announced this week that it has initiated a formal process to evaluate strategic alternatives for its Health, Hygiene & Specialties segment (HH&S).

HH&S is a leading provider of nonwovens, speciality films and tapes for a broad range of end markets, including healthcare, hygiene, consumer, building & construction and industrials. The segment is well-positioned in its core businesses, providing value-added products to many of the world's leading brand owners.

The company says it is considering a wide range of available alternatives to maximise shareholder value, including, but not limited to, a sale, strategic partnership or joint venture, spin-off to shareholders, or other separation transaction for some or all of the businesses within HH&S. Importantly, it expects that current members of the HH&S leadership team will continue to lead the business in any anticipated outcome.

"An ongoing objective of the Berry Board is to constantly look for ways to drive long-term value for our stakeholders, which includes continuously evaluating our portfolio to ensure the company is best positioned to execute on its strategic objectives," says Tom Salmon, Berry chairman and chief executive officer (pictured).

"Following an extensive analysis by the Board and management team, with support from our incoming CEO Kevin Kwilinski, we have decided to explore strategic alternatives for the HH&S businesses as we continue to seek to enhance value through strategic portfolio management.

“As always, we will be disciplined throughout this process and will only take actions that we believe are in the best interest of the Company and our stakeholders."

Berry also announced that it does not intend to make further announcements regarding the review of strategic alternatives unless and until the Board approves a specific transaction or otherwise determines further disclosure is appropriate or necessary.

The Board has retained Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. and Wells Fargo Securities, as its financial advisors, and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner as its legal advisor to assist with the strategic alternatives process.

Berry Global Group boasts 40,000 employees globally across more than 250 locations.

www.berryglobal.com

26th October 2023




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