Malden Mills Fire

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On Monday, December 11, 1995 a fire destroyed 3 builings in the Malden Mills textile plant in Lawrence. A fourth building was not destroyed. This building allowed the owner Aaron Feuerstein, to rebuild.

The salary of the 3000 employees was paid for three months through the rebuilding process - December, January, and February of 1996. By March most employees had returned to work. However, in the years following other fabrics replaced Polartec, the main product of Malden Mills, and the Mills went bankrupt.

See*

  • "The Night Malden Mills Burned", Eagle Tribune, December 11, 1995 through December 16, 1995.
  • "Feuerstein: Malden Mills Lost a Golden Opportunity,", Eagle Tribune, December 11, 2005, page 1 and page A5.
  • Vertical File - Malden Mills


--Eleanor 20:38, December 21, 2006 (EST)

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Malden Mills Fire