We are a leading global innovator and manufacturer of specialty materials for use in a broad range of products that make the world safer, cleaner and healthier. We design and manufacture versatile high performance materials that can be engineered to possess specific value-added characteristics, including absorbency, tensile strength, softness and barrier properties. We serve customers focused on personal care, infection prevention, and high performance solutions, where our products are critical components used in a broad array of consumer and commercial products. For personal care applications, we supply specialty materials essential to the performance and feel of disposable baby diapers, feminine hygiene products, adult incontinence products, personal wipes and fabric softening dryer sheets. For infection prevention applications, our materials are utilized in products designed to ensure a clean environment, including disinfectant wipes, surgical gowns and drapes, face masks, wound care sponges, and water, air and blood filters. For high performance solutions, we supply protective house wrap, industrial cable wrap, construction and agricultural geosynthetics, as well as components for home and bedding products, industrial cleaning wipes, and various other applications.
Dennis Norman Chief Financial Officer Polymer Group, Inc. Phone: (704) 697-5186 Fax: (704) 697-5121 E-mail: NormanD@pginw.com
Ernst & Young LLP Charlotte, NC
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