An Update From the Reynolds Company

We would like to thank all of our customers, partners, and employees for your support during this time of uncertainty. The Reynolds Company is taking steps daily to keep the health and safety of our workforce and partners as its top priority. We are proud to remain open for business.

Our Reynolds Taskforce has been diligent in carrying out our plans set in place for this outbreak. Our contingency plans for work continuation are in place and working efficiently. Our facilities are diligently working to keep your business running smoothly. Our Customer Service Center, Production Plant, and Shipping Centers are running smoothly and prepared to process your orders and deliveries.

We have not had any change in our raw material supply. We will continue to monitor our supply sources on an on-going daily basis.

The Reynolds Company is determined to put safety, health, and caution at the forefront of our business. We will get through this global crisis together.

Lex Reynolds, CEO Announces Retirement

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The Reynolds Company, a Greenville-based subsidiary of Itochu International, Inc, announced the retirement of Lex Reynolds, CEO, effective August 31, 2020. Neel Reynolds, currently serving as President, will replace him.

Lex Reynolds has been with the company since its inception in 1978. He began serving as the President and CEO in 1985 and has been the CEO since April of 2019. After 42 years of service, his plans will include spending more time with his family and volunteering in the Greenville community.

Meals on Wheels nationwide supports more than 5,000 community-based programs that are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger. The company’s vision is “An America in which all seniors live nourished lives with independence and dignity.” Their mission is “To empower local community programs to improve the health and quality of life of the seniors they serve so that no one is left hungry or isolated.”

Fond Memories

My first great memory occurred in April 1978 when I listened to my father tell one of his partners at Tanco Adhesives, where he was President at the time, that he was leaving and going to start a business with his sons. He was 57 at the time with two children in college plus two mortgages. I thought to myself; he is either crazy or he has more guts than I have ever seen. It was a night I will never forget and certainly one for which I will be eternally grateful as it was the birth of The Reynolds Company.

My second great memory was when my dad, sensing The Reynolds Company was growing and would need more space, found “this old mill” in West Greenville. The first time I walked inside I thought “he’s gone crazy!” 
Now I look back and see his visionary spirit at work. My father could see something, no matter how bad it might have looked, and think about what it “could” look like. He was a visionary giant.


May 2020 Virtual Sales Meeting

The Reynolds Company held its first-ever “Virtual Sales Meeting” on Zoom. The “Spring Sales Meeting,” originally slated for April, was to be held in beautiful Greenville, S.C., home of our manufacturing facility. However, due to the COVID-19 outbreak and restrictions,…

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Coronavirus Update – May 22, 2020

The Reynolds Company remains committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all employees as our efforts work to limit the spread and effects of COVID-19. We have taken many proactive steps to minimize risks to our employees and visitors.…

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The Reynolds Company Salutes the Armed Forces

Armed Forces Day is a special national holiday that provides us an opportunity to thank military men and women for their patriotic service to the United States of America. This day is always celebrated on the third Saturday in May. President…

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