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9/30/2014

American Starlinger Sahm, Break Ground on North American HQ

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Greenville-based American Starlinger-Sahm, Inc. recently broke ground on a 23,000 ft² facility in Fountain Inn, S.C. that will serve as its North American headquarters.  When completed (scheduled for late spring 2015), the plant will feature a machine showroom, a spare-parts warehouse, and office space for sales and technical support.

The two European companies are major suppliers to the woven plastic packaging and recycling industries

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