Gary Marx, CEO
Founded by Hugh Marx in 1950, our family-owned and operated company was established in Atlanta, Georgia with the core business values of providing premium packing material and supplies from reputable manufacturers, quick and efficient deliveries, and world-class customer service.
Hugh Marx founds Piedmont Paper Company.
Piedmont moves into new building at 1561 Southland Circle.
Albert Marx becomes President, with George Robbins as Executive Vice President. Hugh Marx is named the Chairman of the Board.
Piedmont Paper Company rebrands to Piedmont National Corporation.
Piedmont expands headquarters at 1561 Southland Circle.
Piedmont acquires Signal Packaging, Inc. in Chattanooga, TN.
Gary Marx is named President and COO. Albert Marx is named CEO & Chairman of the Board.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Charlotte, NC.
Piedmont acquires American Packaging Services with locations in Montgomery, Birmingham, Decatur, and Dothan, AL.
Piedmont acquires AllState Packaging Products in Tampa, FL.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Knoxville, TN.
Warehouse expanded at 1561 Southland Circle.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Albany, GA.
Piedmont acquires Winder Packaging in Greer, SC.
Piedmont National wins the Kennesaw State University ‘Georgia Family Business of the Year Award’ for medium-sized businesses.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle lists Piedmont National as the 76th largest private business in Atlanta.
Piedmont acquires Integrated Supply Systems in Birmingham, AL.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Memphis, TN.
Piedmont establishes a presence in Savannah, GA.
Gary Marx is named Chief Executive Officer.
Albert Marx is named Chairman of the Board.
Piedmont acquires DZ Container, Inc. in Carrollton, TX.
Albany, GA branch moves to Tifton, GA.
Piedmont opens Innovation Center in Atlanta.
Piedmont acquires Arsenal Industrial Packaging, LLC in Jacksonville, FL.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Nashville, TN.
Piedmont acquires Sanco Packaging in Calhoun, GA.