Dan River Sells Woodside Plant At Greenville, S. C

June 1986
Textile Chemist & Colorist;Jun86, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p8
Academic Journal
The article discusses the closure of the Woodside Plant owned by Dan River Inc. The article reports that Dan River Inc. has sold its Woodside plant at Greenville, S.C. to Stone Mfg.Co. It reports that the woodside Plant of Dan River Inc. was built in 1902. It is a four-story plant with 558,000 square foot plant. The article also reports that this plant has been closed since June 1984. It also mentions that Stone Mfg. Co is a company that manufactures apparel and it is has a headquarter at Greenville.


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