1950Hugh Marx founds Piedmont Paper Company.
1967Piedmont moves into new building at 1561 Southland Circle.
1969Albert Marx becomes President, with George Robbins as Executive Vice President. Hugh Marx is named the Chairman of the Board.
1975Piedmont Paper Company is renamed Piedmont National Corporation.
1981Piedmont doubles office size at 1561 Southland Circle.
1998Piedmont acquires Signal Packaging, Inc. in Chattanooga, TN.
1999Gary Marx is named President and Chief Operating Officer and Albert Marx is named Chief Executive Officer & Chairman of the Board.
2000Piedmont opens a new branch in Charlotte, NC.
Piedmont purchases building at 1600 Southland Circle.
2002Piedmont acquires American Packaging Services with locations in Montgomery, Birmingham, Decatur, and Dothan, AL.
2005Piedmont acquires AllState Packaging Products in Tampa, FL.
2007Piedmont opens a new branch in Knoxville, TN.
200850,000 square feet of warehouse space is updated at 1561 Southland Circle.
2010Piedmont opens a new branch in Albany, GA.
2011Piedmont acquires Winder Packaging in Greer, SC.
2012Piedmont National wins the Kennesaw State University ‘Georgia Family Business of the Year Award’ for medium-sized businesses.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle names Piedmont National the 76th largest private business in Atlanta.
2013Piedmont acquires Integrated Supply Systems in Birmingham, AL.
Piedmont opens a new branch in Memphis, TN.
2015Piedmont establishes a presence in Savannah, GA.
2016Gary Marx is named Chief Executive Officer.
Albert Marx is named Chairman of the Board.
Extensive renovations are completed at 1561 Southland Circle.
Renovations are completed for employees to occupy 1600 Southland Circle.
2017Piedmont acquires DZ Container, Inc. in Carrollton, TX.
Albany, AL office moves to a new location in Tifton, GA.
Piedmont adds an Equipment Innovation Center to the Atlanta, GA Headquarters.
Piedmont acquires Arsenal Industrial Packaging, LLC in Jacksonville, FL.
Piedmont acquires Seven Bridges, LLC in Jacksonville, FL.