Company Overview of Marglen Industries, Inc.
Marglen Industries, Inc. produces PET fiber from post-consumer recycled bottles. It specializes in recycling post-consumer soda bottles into fibers and resins. The company’s recycled bottles are converted into carpets or food-grade packaging products; and resins can be used in various industries ranging from pharmaceutical packaging to food service industry. It also produces LNO food-grade resins from recycled bottle flakes; and polyester fibers that are used in the manufacturing of flooring and other textile products. The company serves customers in the United States and internationally. Marglen Industries, Inc. was founded in 1971 and is based in Rome, Georgia.
1748 Ward Mountain Road NE
Rome, GA 30161-3469
Founded in 1971
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