Ranpak Holdings: Attractive Even Though It's Facing Some Pain Today

Nov. 30, 2022 5:35 PM ETRanpak Holdings Corp. (PACK)GPK, PKG, PTVE, SEE, SON1 Comment

Summary

  • Unlike most companies in the packaging space, Ranpak Holdings has shown signs of struggling this year so far.
  • Demand for its goods and services has fallen due to e-commerce and other economic issues.
  • An eventual turnaround could make the company offer some nice upside, but this could take time and patience to play out.
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In this economic environment, many of the companies that I cover that are involved in the packaging space have performed quite well. They have proven successful in passing on much of their costs onto their customers. But unfortunately, not every

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