Padiham company acquires TSR Plastics Ltd.

What More UK Ltd. is the UK’s largest supplier and brand leader of plastic housewares and a major exporter to 71 countries. The majority of its products are manufactured in the UK, predominantly at its Padiham and Altham, Lancashire bases.

As part of its growth strategy, What More UK Ltd. recently purchased Northamptonshire based TSR Plastics Ltd.’s stock of moulds and the intellectual property rights associated with the products.

Commenting on the acquisition, TSR Plastics’ Managing Director, Carlo Tai, said: “After a recent period of uncertainty regarding the supply of our B-Line, Kiddyland and associated brands, I am delighted to confirm that the future has now been secured, with our assets being purchased by What More UK Ltd.

“We wish What More UK well in the use of this acquisition and I am sure it will serve them well. Our customers can expect the same first-rate service from them, that they had received from ourselves”.

In response, Tony Grimshaw, Director, What More UK Ltd. said: “The acquisition will add another 300 products to our extensive catalogue and the B-Line, Kiddyland and associated brands will be added to the What More UK portfolio.”



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