Polartec

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Po·lar·tec

 (pō′lər-tĕk′)
A trademark for a fleecy synthetic fabric that is warm, lightweight, and water-resistant.
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Prior to joining Forrester, he held senior posts at Back Bay Technologies, Breakaway Solutions, and Malden Mills Industries.
Augustine, Retired Chairman and CEO, Lockheed Martin Corporation; and Aaron Feuerstein, Former Chairman and President, Malden Mills.
Malden Mills will become partners with Old Hickory Tannery and H.
The announcement of $15 million for Malden Mills to continue their research and development is great news for the state of New Hampshire and our armed forces," stated Congressman Jeb Bradley (NH-01).
A new 500,000-square-foot manufacturing facility for Polartec has been built within the Arlington Mill complex, "in the same place where Malden Mills has always been," Feuerstein continued.
Previous winners of the Pace Award include: -- Aaron Feuerstein, Former Chairman and President, Malden Mills (2005) -- Norman R.
Aaron Feuerstein, president of Malden Mills, said in a letter to his employees last week while the company has been able to bring back 85 percent of its workforce since the fire that devastated the mill in December, he is encouraging the remaining out of work employees to look for jobs outside of Malden.
Army Medical Research and Material Command office (USAMRMC) and the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) have been working with Foster-Miller and Malden Mills Industries to create the new low-cost knitted undergarments, Discovery News reported.
In 2007, he received the Malden Mills Corporate Kindness Award from Project Love, a Cleveland-based organization whose mission is to promote kindness, caring and mutual respect among, for and through our children.
He oversaw the bankruptcies of Malden Mills, the famed Lawrence producer of Polartec, and ACT Manufacturing of Hudson, a contract manufacturer of electronics.
After the Malden Mills textile factory, based in Malden Mills, Massachusetts, burned down in 1995, CEO Aaron Feuerstein chose to construct a new, environmentally friendly building on the same site.
textile and trim manufacturers: Malden Mills (MMF fleece), Fabrictex (MMF knit), Unifi (textured polyester and nylon yarn), Minnesota Knitting (knit trim), Global Trim (labels), Asheboro Elastic (elastic), Freudenberg (interlining), and Lion Button (buttons).