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Johnston Textiles, Inc.


Date Founded
300 Colin Powell Parkway, Phenix City, AL 36868

Holding Companies
Company Description
Johnston Textiles, Inc. manufactures and distributes decorative textiles. The firm produces a range of products sold into industrial, furnishings, and hospitality markets worldwide, such as spun polyester fabrics for napery and work wear markets, bedding and top of the bed products, fire retardant fabrics, upholstery fabrics, fabrics for use in rubber, automotive, and abrasive products, and Jacquard and dobby woven decorative fabrics. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Phenix City. AL.

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Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President

Head-Customer Services


Director of Sales, Specialty Fabrics & Napery

Director, Design

Vice President-Sales & Marketing

Decorative Sales & National Sales Manager

Designer & Marketing

Upholstery & Piece Dye

Wallcovering, Panel Fabrics & Napery
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Board of Directors

Partner at Meriturn Partners

Co-Founder at Meriturn Partners
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Meriturn Partners, Johnston Industries, Inc. /Fabrics Division /Management purchase Johnston Industries, Inc. /Fabrics Division from Johnston Industries, Inc.


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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Johnston Textiles, Inc.
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Meriturn specializes in buyouts of middle-market, corporate restructurings and turnarounds. The firm invests in basic industries (manufacturing, distribution, services, etc.). They invest in companies in basic industries that can create defendable competencies exhibit positive economic value performance, low technology and obsolescence risk, rational pricing, and potential for long-term value appreciation. Investment criteria also include positive and negative EBITDA situations, headquarters in US or Canada, products/services that do not become obsolete, proven, defendable competencies, ability to return to profitability and growth and strong management (existing or new) willing to co-invest.

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