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  • Berry, Avintiv Deal Complete

    October 1, 2015
    Plastics maker buys world's largest nonwovens maker for $2.45 billion

  • Chinese Nonwovens Investment Continues

    Chinese Nonwovens Investment Continues

    Karen McIntyre, senior editor || October 9, 2013
    Companies continue to announce new lines to follow growth in the hygiene market.

  • International Top Companies Report 2012

    International Top Companies Report 2012

    Karen Bitz-McIntyre, Editor || September 12, 2012
    An annual review of the leading nonwovens producers.

  • The Future of Nonwovens in Medical Markets

    The Future of Nonwovens in Medical Markets

    Vicki A. Barbur, PhD, Contributing Writer || August 6, 2012
    Healthcare trends offer a multitude of opportunities for disposable nonwoven products.

  • Blackstone Backs PGI's Future

    Sandra Levy, Associate Editor || November 10, 2010
    spots beauty in stability of markets, likes what it sees in supplier's global position

  • PGI

    PGI

    January 1, 2010
    Description:  Key Personnel Veronica  Hagen, chief executive officer; Mike Hale, chief operating officer;  Dennis Norman, chief financial officer; Dan Rikard, svp, general counsel, and secretary;  Bob Dale, senior vice president…

  • PGI Reports Q2 Results

    August 6, 2008
    Sales of $290.9 million reached record levels.

  • PGI Files Suit to Protect Apex Technology

    July 28, 2006
    Polymer Group, Inc., through certain of its subsidiaries, has filed a suit against The Kroger Co. (Kroger), Inter-American Products, Inc. (Inter-American) and U.S. Nonwovens Corp. for patent infringement related to private-label imaged wipes sold thr…

  • PGI Turns a Profit

    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…