Principle Business Enterprises and Elizabeth Dole Foundation Provide Relief for Hundreds of Veterans, Family Caregivers

Principle Business Enterprises, Inc., (PBE), which manufactures Tranquility® superabsorbent products, and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, a prominent military Caregivers advocacy group, have partnered to provide Veterans and their families free in-home help. Their joint campaign themed “Relief and Freedom for Veteran Caregivers” encourages Caregivers of wounded, ill or injured service members to apply for free respite support and, for those with absorbent product needs, a customized incontinence care kit at TranquilityProducts.com/Respite. Read more.

Source: PRNewswire, November 1, 2021

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Principle Business Enterprises Celebrates 60 Years

Principle Business Enterprises, Inc. (PBE) celebrates 60 years of manufacturing safety and absorbent products for the healthcare industry by announcing the evolution of its Tranquility brand of incontinence products and ongoing commitment to being an employer of choice. Since welcoming the company’s third generation of family leadership with the appointment of Andrew Stocking as president and CEO, PBE has continued to focus on product innovation and its mission to uplift, enlighten, and enrich the lives of its customers and associates. Read more.

Source: Nonwovens Industry, March 3, 2021

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Principle Business Enterprises, Inc. Acquires Absorbent Products Company, Inc.

Principle Business Enterprises (PBE), Inc., a technology leader in moisture management products, announces the acquisition of the business assets and operations of Absorbent Products Company, Inc. of Bowling Green, Ohio.  “The acquisition of APCI is consistent with our mission, by allowing us to enter new markets and expand our ability to provide the highest quality products and services to our customers and business partners,” says Chuck Stocking, Co-CEO of PBE. “APCI employs a technical workforce with skills that complement the current PBE team.  They also have valuable production machinery that is needed to fuel PBE’s current growth in the incontinence and personal care marketplace.”  Stocking adds “This acquisition is also great for Northwest Ohio because it keeps at least 35 jobs in the area that might otherwise be moved out of the state or possibly out of the country.” Read more.

Source: PRNewswire, April 4, 2017