Arctic Glacier

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Arctic Glacier Holdings, Inc.
Type Private
Industry Beverages - Soft Drinks
Headquarters Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Key people Keith W. McMahon
Owner(s) H.I.G. Capital
Employees 650[1]
Website www.arcticglacierinc.com

Arctic Glacier is a manufacturer of packaged ice in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The company was founded in 1996 and has rapidly grown to become the largest producer of ice for the Canadian market and one of the largest for the American market.[2] The company operates 36 production and 50 distribution facilities,[3] and employs more than 1,100 people year-round.[4] Employment increases to 2,400 employees during the summer to meet the increased seasonal demand.[4]

Corporate headquarters are located in Winnipeg and employ 85 people.

The company declared bankruptcy in March 2012. It was delisted from the TSX in October 2011. In April 2012 when its main rival Reddy Ice also declared bankruptcy in a pre-packaged bankruptcy backed by creditor Centerbridge Partners.[5] H.I.G. Capital agreed to acquired Arctic Glacier in May 2012.[6] The sale was completed July 27, 2012.[7]

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