Tonoga, Inc., which does business as Taconic, makes strong, lightweight, waterproof, thermal, fireproof, and nonstick materials, including PTFE and silicone-coated fabrics, tapes, and belts for industrial use.
Chemtool Incorporated makes lubricating greases, including lithium, lithium complex, aluminum complex, polyuria, clay/bentone, and overbased calcium sulfonate.
Norlite, LLC makes cement and concrete products for the construction business.
WestRock CP, LLC is the second-largest packaging company in the US. It makes corrugated packaging.
Georgia-Pacific Corrugated, LLC makes paper plates and cups, sanitary food containers, and other paperboard products.
General Cable Corporation is one of the world’s largest makers of cable made from copper, aluminum, and fiber optics, as well as cable products for use in energy, industry, construction, communications, and specialty applications.
United States Steel Corporation makes flat-rolled and tubular products in North America and Europe. It was founded in 1901 and has customers around the world, including automotive, consumer, industrial, and oil markets.
Rayonier Advanced Materials, Inc. makes cellulose specialty products, which are used for industrial applications and to produce products such as cigarette filters, foods, liquid crystal displays, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and electronics. It calls itself “the leading global supplier of high-purity, cellulose specialty natural polymers for the chemical industry.”
Forterra, Inc. makes pipe and other precast products for water-related infrastructure, as well as other construction materials.
AZZ, Inc. provides galvanizing and welding services, specialty electrical equipment, and highly-engineered service to the power generation, transmission, distribution, refining, and industrial markets. It has two segments, Energy and Galvanizing.