Ardagh Group revealed in April that it was to sell six US glass-manufacturing plants to private equity fund KPS Capital Partners. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

The disposal of six glass plants in the US by Ardagh Packaging Group earlier this year is credit positive for the packaging group, Moody’s said thi(...)

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European stocks were little changed yesterday as disappointing earnings from Fiat to Société Générale offset a rally in Crédit Agricole after its prof(...)

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Ardagh’s US revenues will rise to $2 bilion annually following its acquisition of VNA. Photograph: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg

Glass manufacturing group Ardagh is to sell six former Anchor Glass plants to meet the terms of an agreement with the US mergers watchdog, the Fede(...)

Ardagh agreed to buy bottle-maker Verallia for €1.275 billion from French group Saint Gobain in January 2013.

Paul Coulson’s Ardagh has completed its €1.3 billion purchase of rival packaging group Verallia North America (VNA) after US regulators gave th(...)

Irish-backed packaging group Ardagh has won US antitrust approval to buy Saint-Gobain Containers after agreeing to sell six of its nine glass c(...)

Ardagh has been working with Citigroup to sell the majority of its US bottle-to-jam jar division Anchor Glass, which it bought for $892 million in 2012

Ardagh Glass is expecting to receive bids for its Budweiser beer bottle-making unit this week in a deal that woul(...)

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The Ardagh Group, which counts Coca-Cola amongst its customers, is to raise $1.53bn to fund its acquisition of Verallia North America. Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg News

Packaging group Ardagh is set to raise $1.53 billion (€1.1bn) of debt financing to finance the acquisition of Verallia North America (VNA) from its ow(...)

In July, the Federal Trade Commission warned that the takeover of Veralliato by Ardagh could result in US consumers paying higher prices for beers and spirits.

Packaging group Ardagh has to repay the $1.4 billion raised to pay for its proposed purchase of US rival Verallia having missed a deadline for appr(...)