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American Starlinger-Sahm Moves into New Headquarters

New HQ in Fountain Inn, S.C.

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In June, American Stalinger-Sahm, Inc. completed the move into its new North American headquarters in Fountain Inn, S.C. It was previously located in Greenville, S.C. The new facility has 23,000 ft2 of machine display area, spare-parts warehouse, and office space. Machinery on display will include a Starlinger recoStar universal recycling line, viscoSheet equipment for extruding sheet from undried PET with up to 100% RPET, and a deCon dryer/decontamination unit for food-grade RPET, as well as Sahm fiber winding equipment.

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