Memphis, Tennessee – Paragon Films, Inc., a leading stretch film manufacturer in North America, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Berry Global, Inc. in the U.S. Federal District Court for the Western District of Tennessee.
The lawsuit alleges that Berry’s Fortitude products directly infringe four U.S. patents protecting Paragon Films’ Torque hand film products. The lawsuit seeks to recover damages as well as an injunction to prevent Berry from continued acts of infringement.
“Innovation is one of Paragon Films’ core values,” said CEO Darin Tang. “Commitment to industry- leading performance, quality, and value to our customers drives our team. We must and will protect our intellectual property rights in the marketplace.”
About Paragon Films, Inc.
Paragon Films has been an industry leader for over 30 years and has operations in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Washington. Paragon distinguishes itself by producing films that provide exceptional consistency, load containment, and performance. As part of its sustainability commitment, Paragon offers high performance thin-gauge stretch film products that provide customers both substantial savings and superior load protection.
Paragon has a broad patent portfolio including its Torque and Nexus products and continues its legacy of investing in new technology and resources to lead innovation in the market. An expansion is underway at its facility in North Carolina to add a new production line.
For more information about Paragon Films, please visit www.paragonfilms.com