March, 2015

GRI understands the meaning of partnership. GRI also understands the meaning of investing for the long-term prosperity of its partners. On April 1, 2015 GRI & ETI will expand its manufacturing operation in Columbia, AL to add cut-and-sew manufacturing services. This US-based capability will provide design constraint and product incubation solutions, capacity relief and medium to large quantity production run opportunities. By leveraging GRI's engineering expertise and their global reach in textile materials the addition of the cut-and-sew manufacturing services will create a positive impact for their client's business proposition.

- Pattern-making and grading
- Prototyping (including 3D imaging) and sample production
- Perfect blend of fully automated and manual processes
- Breadth of materials – both woven and non-wovens

As our partners needs evolve, GRI evolves to drive success for tomorrow.

GRI ETI formalizes 2015 plans for patented PolyZolv technology to be deployed in expanding Chinese nuclear program

December, 2014

The first PolyZolv processor is scheduled to ship to the P.R. of China in late January 2015. ETI is under contract to provide the first of several PolyZolv processing systems to the Chinese Nuclear Power industry. The Chinese government is currently constructing many new nuclear power generating facilities to help solve the country's energy shortage as well as reduce air pollution. Several years ago, Chinese experts visited the USA to benchmark waste minimization technology applications in the more mature USA nuclear power industry. As a result, the unique and highly successful PVA-based product and related processing technology was chosen as one of the key low level nuclear waste reduction technologies to be deployed in the expanding Chinese nuclear program. The first system is scheduled to begin operation in China during the fall of 2015.

GRI expands manufacturing footprint to 2nd operation in Haiphong, Vietnam

November, 2014

GRI opens 2nd manufacturing operations in Haiphong, Vietnam and production began November 2014. This will bring our total dedicated team in Vietnam to over 1500 professionals, which will continue to grow and operate in over 12,000 square meters of manufacturing space.

US Nuclear Industry supported with GRI ETI Orex protective apparel during annual maintenance season

October, 2014

ETI provides the OREX protective apparel and accessories for the crews conducting work in 80% of the nuclear stations across the US. Upon completion of the work, the used materials are processed at ETI's central processing facility, thereby reducing the amount of low-level waste that would otherwise be generated at each plant by over 97%. Currently the GRI production teams and ETI supply teams are finalizing their supply chain efforts to ensure a stable supply chain of these apparel products to the nuclear stations in preparation of their busy maintenance season.

GRI Enhances Manufacturing Capabilities with Opening of Label Center

July, 2014

With the opening of this label center GRI has vertically integrated in both product and packaging labels. This brings significant value to all of GRI's customer in terms of quality, delivery and cost. The Label Center is equipped with machines that are capable of printing, die cutting, filming, copying etc. The materials it can process include stick labels, calendared paper, gloss paper, ivory board, etc.

It's Official: GRI-USA expands US manufacturing footprint with expansion of Class 100K Cleanroom.

January, 2014

GRI is excited to add 1800 square feet of Class 100K cleanroom to our US manufacturing capabilities. The cleanroom is located at our corporate headquarters in Flowery Branch, GA. GRI can offer both rapid short and long-term turnkey solutions to the global market utilizing the most cost-effective labor rates. GRI can also support our clients' growth at one of our satellite facilities.