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Published August 10, 2008
6000 disposable medical supply sets were contributed. Read More »
Published May 28, 2008
New Reicofil 4 line to be up and running next year. Read More »
Published April 21, 2008
Line up contains fabrics and converted garments. Read More »
PGI
Published January 1, 2008
Location: CHARLOTTE, NC Sales: $1.06 billion Description: ´╗┐Key Personnel Veronica  Hagen, chief executive officer; Robert Kocourek, chief financial officer; Mike Hale, chief operating officer; Bob Dale, vice president of research and develop… Read More »
Published December 4, 2007
Strateline Industries to make sustainable nonwovens. Read More »
Published October 5, 2007
Capacity will serve North American hygiene market. Read More »
Published February 12, 2007
Polymer Group, Inc. will invest in technology for an entirely new category of high performance, cost-effective engineered materials for wipes and other uses. The company will debut its new family of Spinlace fabrics at IDEA07 in Miami in April. Initi… Read More »
Published March 21, 2006
Polymer Group, Inc. Canada has expanded its coating and printing capacity to meet growing demand for its engineered fabrics for building and construction and other industrial uses. The company's Fabrene Group has installed a wide-width extrusion coa… Read More »
Published March 29, 2005
Polymer Group Inc. will install a spunmelt line in Mooresville, NC to meet customer demand within North America. This Reifenhäuser Reico IV spunmelt line will primarily serve the hygiene and industrial markets in North America. Construction was… Read More »
Published March 3, 2005
Polymer Group Inc. reported net sales increased 13.3% to $223.5 million during the fourth quarter, representing the highest level achieved in more than four years. For the full year, sales grew 8.6% to $844.7 million, driven primarily by volume growt… Read More »