New-Indy acquires Georgia-Pacific’s Reliable Container with facilities in Santa Fe Springs, CA and Tijuana, Mexico

New-Indy JV Corp., a 50/50 joint venture between The Kraft Group and Schwarz Partners, today announced that it has reached an agreement with Georgia-Pacific to acquire Reliable Container with facilities located in Santa Fe Springs, California and Tijuana, Mexico. These facilities serve a broad range of customers, producing a variety of custom corrugated containers and point of purchase displays.

New-Indy issued the following statement. “The agreement to acquire Reliable Container coupled with additional investments in Southern California and Mexico will build upon its excellent market reputation. Reliable Container will join the New-Indy Tripaq-Group, with locations in Cerritos, California and Ontario, California, as the West Coast converting operations of New-Indy Packaging.  These converting facilities align very well with the strategic integration of New-Indy Containerboard’s mill assets.”

We expect the transaction to close mid-October and do not anticipate any disruption to our customers.


New-Indy is a joint-venture that was formed in 2012 by the Kraft Group and Schwarz Partners, LP, two family-owned companies with long histories in paper and packaging. Today, New-Indy operates three recycled brown paper mills and nine packaging facilities throughout the United States. The Catawba Mill acquisition represents a continuation of New-Indy’s investment in growing the venture through the acquisition of strategic and synergistic companies in the paper and packaging industry.


The Kraft Group, headquartered in Foxborough, Massachusetts, is the holding company for the Kraft family’s various businesses, with concentrated interests in five areas: paper and packaging manufacturing and the distribution of forest products; sports and entertainment; real estate and development; private equity investing and philanthropy. Together, the Rand-Whitney Group and International Forest Products conduct business in more than 90 countries and form one of the largest privately-owned paper, packaging and distribution companies in the world, trading more than 4 million tons of pulp and paper grades annually. The Kraft Group’s sports and entertainment division features Gillette Stadium, New England’s premier concert and entertainment venue and home to the National Football League’s six-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution. For more information, visit


Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Schwarz Partners, LP is a privately owned company with a focus on corrugated products and logistics. The Royal Group, the packaging division of Schwarz Partners, services customers in the automotive, agriculture, industrial manufacturing and consumer goods industries throughout North America and consists of 33 locations, 12 of which are corrugated box and sheet plants. Schwarz Partners is also considered the largest producer of sheets in the U.S. with interests in 14 sheet feeder corrugator plants. Together, the sheet feeders and the corrugator box plants currently consume approximately 1.5 million tons of containerboard annually. Venture Logistics, the supply chain management company of Schwarz Partners, consists of 1,000 tractors, a brokerage division moving 2,000 loads per week and more than 1 million square feet of warehouse and cross dock space. For more information, please visit