USA: Galey & Lord CEO To Exit After Chapter 11
Arthur Wiener, who also serves as chairman of the North Carolina-based company, said he expected to exit his current roles by the end of February 2004.
"The company will emerge with a strong balance sheet, poised to go forward, and execute its near and long term goals as a premier worldwide supplier of denim, cotton casuals and uniform fabrics," Wiener said of Galey & Lord's post-bankruptcy future.
"I believe in the company's future and its ability to execute its strategy.
"I wish the company and all of its employees that I have worked with these many years the successful future they deserve."
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