HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - Polymer-land Inc. is moving its administrative operations to the 54,000-square-foot Huntersville facility where it consolidated its customer, financial and technical support services 18 months ago. Polymerland, a subsidiary of General Electric Co., is moving its headquarters out of Parkersburg, W.Va., where it was founded in 1981 as the Plastic Service Center of Borg-Warner Corp.
The move will involve about 29 employees, including President Robert Bedilion, who will be transferred to Huntersville during the next two years, spokeswoman Irene Hudkins said in a June 3 telephone interview. The company said 12 employees rejected an option to move with the company and will leave.
About 29 other employees, who work for PolyServices, Polymer-land's specialty compounding operation, will remain in Parkers-burg, Hudkins said.
GE bought Polymerland in 1988.