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  • Berry Plastics To Buy Avintiv (PGI)

    July 31, 2015
    Deal will close by year end.

  • PGI’s Mooresville Plant Wins Green Process Award

    July 7, 2010
    Plant recognized for eliminating chemicals in its cooling process.

  • Fitesa

    Fitesa

    January 1, 2008
    Location: GRAVATAI, BRAZIL Sales: $103 million Description: ´╗┐Plant Locations Gravatai, Brazil; North America Processes Spunmelt, meltblown Major Markets Hygiene, medical, industrial, filtration, sorbents Nonwovens sales of $103 million are set…

  • PGIĺs Sales And Profits Rise

    November 1, 2007
    Sales for the quarter grew 3.1% to $256.2 million over the third quarter of 2006 and were $794.2 million, up 4.8%, for the first nine months compared to the prior year.

  • Investigation Leads To Schaefferĺs Resignation At PGI

    September 24, 2006
    Polymer Group, Inc. has named William Hewitt interim CEO replacing James Schaeffer. PGI’s board asked Mr. Schaeffer to submit his resignation from the nonwovens producer following an investigation of how information was reported internally duri…

  • PGI Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit

    August 21, 2006
    Polymer Group Inc. has settled a lawsuit filed against The Kroger Co., Inter-American Products and U.S. Nonwovens concerning private label imaged wipes sold through Kroger's food stores. Under the settlement agreement, Kroger, Inter-American and U.S.…

  • PGI Adds Spunbond Line

    June 21, 2006
    Polymer Group, North Charleston, SC,  has added a state-of-the-art spunbond line at its  Mooresville, NC plant, which will add approximately 50 jobs to the 150-employee operation. The plant expansion represents approximately a $40 million i…

  • PGI adds to NA output

    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…