US pre-consumer textiles recycler Martex Fiber as part of its worldwide expansion strategy takes over the South Carolina-based Waste Services Division of Bollag International, which collects and markets textiles wastes including natural and synthetic waste, cuttings, rags and fabric remnants.
Earlier in last June, Martex Fiber's worldwide as part of its expansion strategy move acquired Texas company JBM Fibers. According to Martex Fiber's president Jimmy Jarrett, they have increased their global recycling capability to over 160 million pounds per year which provides a tremendous environmental benefit. This acquisition also ensures ongoing supply security for their ''Made in USA'' fibre expansion, yarn production and global trading distribution.
According to Martex Fiber's CEO Rick Otero, Bollag International president Mitch Bollag has built a first-class operation and a great global network, covering areas where Martex 'did not have certain resources' and providing 'crucial' support towards the success of the company's ''No Fiber Left Behind'' mission.
Bollag himself hails a 'remarkable' collaboration with Martex Fiber over the past four years. Their partnership has been a key element in their ability to focus and grow their textile waste services business through small to mid-size customers and innovate customer service and product distribution.
All 325 employees of Bollag International spread across Charlotte, Honduras and Nicaragua will be joining the Martex team.
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