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History
  • 1975 - Polymer Industries establishes its self in Henagar, Alabama and starts fabrication of imported UHMW-PE for the paper industry
  • 1978 - Polmyer Industries begins to distribute domestic made plastic sheets and rods
  • 1983 - Polymer Industries starts a distribution center in Atlanta, Georgia called Regency Plastics and purchases a distribution center in Ware Shoals, South Carolina renaming it Polymer Industries of South Carolina
  • 1986 - Polymer Industries starts to produce UHMW-PE rods and profiles through ram extrusion
  • 1991 - Polymer Industries purchases Dualite Plastics in West Monroe, Louisiana for UHMW-PE sheet production through compression molding
  • 1994 - Polymer Industries starts to produce Polyolefin sheets through sheet extrusion
  • 1998 - Polymer Industries divests of distribution facilities in Atlanta, Georgia, and Ware Shoals, South Carolina to focus soley on manufacturing
  • 1999 - Polymer Industries divests of Dualite Plastics in West Monroe, Louisiana temporarily getting out of UHMW-PE sheet manufacturing
  • 2002 - Polymer Industries re-enters UHMW-PE compression molding at Headquarters located in Henagar, Alabama
  • 2002 - Polymer Industries establishes a West Coast warehouse which is now loacated in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2004 - Polymer Industries acquires UHMW-PE manufacturing facility in Hyderabad, India
  • 2007 - Polymer Industries acquires a majority stake in Global Plastics in Oxford, Wisconsin which is now Polymer Industries Avalanche Liner Division
  • 2008 - Polymer Industries purchases its first EX-L sheet press capable of making 8' x 20' sheets
  • 2010 - Polymer Industries acquires UltraPoly in Tacoma, Washington, further expanding its UHMW-PE capabilities
  • 2011 - Polymer Industiries purchases its first 12 foot wide EX-L sheet extrusion line
  • 2013 - Polymer Industries acquires Nytef Plastics in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, getting into high performance materials
  • 2016 - Polymer Industries moved the Mechanical Division in Bensalem, Pennsylvania to Pisgah, Alabama
  • 2017 - Polymer Industries installed a 4' wide sheetline at Mechanical Division in Pisgah, AL to run Acetal, Delrin, and Nylon products twice as large.
 


ABOUT US
History
 
History
  • 1975 - Polymer Industries establishes its self in Henagar, Alabama and starts fabrication of imported UHMW-PE for the paper industry
  • 1978 - Polmyer Industries begins to distribute domestic made plastic sheets and rods
  • 1983 - Polymer Industries starts a distribution center in Atlanta, Georgia called Regency Plastics and purchases a distribution center in Ware Shoals, South Carolina renaming it Polymer Industries of South Carolina
  • 1986 - Polymer Industries starts to produce UHMW-PE rods and profiles through ram extrusion
  • 1991 - Polymer Industries purchases Dualite Plastics in West Monroe, Louisiana for UHMW-PE sheet production through compression molding
  • 1994 - Polymer Industries starts to produce Polyolefin sheets through sheet extrusion
  • 1998 - Polymer Industries divests of distribution facilities in Atlanta, Georgia, and Ware Shoals, South Carolina to focus soley on manufacturing
  • 1999 - Polymer Industries divests of Dualite Plastics in West Monroe, Louisiana temporarily getting out of UHMW-PE sheet manufacturing
  • 2002 - Polymer Industries re-enters UHMW-PE compression molding at Headquarters located in Henagar, Alabama
  • 2002 - Polymer Industries establishes a West Coast warehouse which is now loacated in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2004 - Polymer Industries acquires UHMW-PE manufacturing facility in Hyderabad, India
  • 2007 - Polymer Industries acquires a majority stake in Global Plastics in Oxford, Wisconsin which is now Polymer Industries Avalanche Liner Division
  • 2008 - Polymer Industries purchases its first EX-L sheet press capable of making 8' x 20' sheets
  • 2010 - Polymer Industries acquires UltraPoly in Tacoma, Washington, further expanding its UHMW-PE capabilities
  • 2011 - Polymer Industiries purchases its first 12 foot wide EX-L sheet extrusion line
  • 2013 - Polymer Industries acquires Nytef Plastics in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, getting into high performance materials
  • 2016 - Polymer Industries moved the Mechanical Division in Bensalem, Pennsylvania to Pisgah, Alabama
  • 2017 - Polymer Industries installed a 4' wide sheetline at Mechanical Division in Pisgah, AL to run Acetal, Delrin, and Nylon products twice as large.
 





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