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Subject: Questions about the QuickPak sale to NFI Date: 6/20/2007 6:49 PM
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Just to start some discussion on the issue...Any body have any thoughts on Multi-color selling it's packaging unit to NFI announced on Monday?


Link: http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070618/clm016.html?.v=86


-Benefits of focus on labels and 19.1 million more for more acquisitions as Gerace says in the press release?

-Loss of some ability to provide multiple solutions for customers?

-Reading through their last 10-K I see that Quick-Pak hired largely temporary employees. Is it easier/ more liquid to sell a division with mojority temps (does it minimize personnel liabilities for buyer-NFI)?

-How do we determine if we're getting a good price/assess QP's value to NFI?

-Does anyone have any knowledge of the likely quality of the "...joint marketing agreement..." and "...cross-selling..." mentioned in the press release?





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