Forster Manufacturing was acquired by Diamond Brands on March 1, 1995

Consumer Products Company

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, consumer products ranked 2 in number of deals in 1995. The largest consumer products acquisition in 1995 was Scott Paper - which was acquired by Kimberly-Clark for $9.4B.

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Forster Manufacturing Co., Inc.

79 Depot Street,
Boston, Massachusetts 04294
United States,

Forster Manufacturing Co., Inc. is the manufacturer of toothpicks and clothespins in the U.S. and a leading manufacturer of plastic cutlery and backyard game products.


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