Tenax is a well known name in the geosynthetics industry. Recently a new company, Syntec, acquired portions of Tenax. From GeosyntheticsMagazine.com:
According to a press release distributed Oct. 13, Syntec acquired the assets related to the manufacturing of drainage nets and geocomposites, and also entered into a series of multiyear agreements for the distribution of geogrids used in environmental applications such as landfills and ponds.
…Syntec is positioned to direct all of its resources into continuing a successful evolution of legacy geosynthetic products such as Tendrain and Tenflow, high-performance geonets and geocomposites, and the promotion of Tenax geosynthetic products such as TT HDPE uniaxial reinforcement geogrids, MS and LBO integral-formed stiff polypropylene biaxial geogrids, Multimat turf-reinforcement mats, and Tenweb cellular confinement systems.
The Baltimore based Syntec started its operations on October 1, 2009.
THIS WAS THE WORSE THING THAT HAPPENED TO THE TENAX EMPOLYEE FAMILY SINCE THE COMPANY BEEN OPEN