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Comar Expands Packaging Solutions Portfolio with Omega Packaging Acquisition


Comar, a premier supplier of custom medical devices and assemblies and specialty packaging solutions, announced today it has acquired Omega Packaging, a manufacturer of injection and blow molded products serving the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, sports nutrition, and skin care markets. Omega Packaging’s line of child-resistant (CR) closures and precision mold-building capabilities advance Comar’s strategy to serve healthcare customers with end-to-end custom manufacturing capabilities and an expanded product portfolio. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Omega Packaging, in operation for almost a decade, is a top-quality manufacturer of plastic closures and jars. Omega primarily operates out of a Safe Quality Food (SQF) certified facility in La Mirada, CA and ships products to a global customer set. Omega produces a broad array of packaging products, including CR and continuous thread (CT) closures and single, thick, and double-wall jars.

“Pairing Omega Packaging’s successful product portfolio with Comar’s geographically diverse network will enable us to serve our customers in the healthcare, personal care, and food and beverage markets in new and exciting ways,” said Scott Conklin, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Comar. “We admire Omega’s innovative and entrepreneurial spirit and can hardly wait to work together.”

Mike Ruggieri, CEO of Comar added, “We are thrilled to welcome the Omega team to the Comar family. Omega Packaging has a distinct reputation for customer responsiveness and creative problem solving that aligns exceptionally well with Comar’s mission to bring transformative packaging and medical solutions to market. We look forward to a successful partnership and continuing on our journey of progress.” 

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