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Anchor Glass Container Enters New Revolving Credit Facility

February 22, 2005
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Anchor Glass Container Corp. has entered into a $20 million revolving credit facility with Madeleine L.L.C., an affiliate of its largest stockholders, funds and accounts managed by Cerberus Capital Management L.P and its affiliates. As availability under the new facility is not subject to a borrowing base, the new facility will provide the company with liquidity in excess of that provided by the borrowing base under its $115 million primary lending facility. The company anticipates that it will have approximately $22 million of availability under its two revolving credit facilities. The new revolving credit facility will mature on August 30, 2007, contemporaneously with the maturity of the company's existing revolving credit facility, and will bear interest on drawn portions thereof at LIBOR plus 8%. Interest on the new facility will be payable in kind if availability under the company's existing revolving credit facility is less than an agreed upon threshold. The new revolving credit facility will be secured by a second lien on the company's inventory, receivables and general intangibles.

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