BTI Acquisition Completed; New Name, Executive Team Announced

14 September 2000

In conjunction with its acquisition by Compagnie de Saint-Gobain (Paris), Brunswick Technologies has changed its name to Saint-Gobain BTI, Inc. The company has become a part of Saint-Gobain's worldwide Technical Fabrics business unit. David E. Sharpe, previously Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Vetrotex America, a Saint-Gobain subsidiary, has become President of Saint-Gobain BTI. Sharpe succeeds Bill Dubay, who has become senior advisor for the reinforcement composite business of the Saint-Gobain Technical Fabrics business unit. Tom Wallace will continue with the company as Vice President, Manufacturing, and Malcolm Lee will continue as General Manager of BTI Europe. Saint-Gobain BTI is a manufacturer of engineered reinforcement products used in the marine, industrial, corrosion resistance and recreation markets. The company has approximately 200 employees based at facilities in Brunswick, Maine; Seguin, Texas; and Andover, England.

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