With a focus on sustained growth through targeted acquisitions and the expansion of our customer base, PSG’s roots remain firmly planted in our entrepreneurial spirit. And with a global footprint that caters to international markets, we’re well-positioned to serve our current customers and win new ones no matter where they are located.


At Polymer Solutions Group, we strive to make our customers’ products the best they can be. Within the walls of each PSG company, we nurture a commitment to customer-centric innovation that demands deep knowledge of the markets we serve. By cultivating strong customer relationships we maintain insights into the chemistries, processes and market forces that drive our customers’ success. Functioning as a team of teams we innovate with an entrepreneurial edge that delights our customers and fuels our growth.



United in tradition and character, the combined history of our companies offers a powerful reminder of the shared values and entrepreneurial vision that drives our business forward.


  • 1948

    SASCO founded by Ernest Skalla in Albany, GA.
  • 1972

    SASCO’s 2nd generation of ownership begins manufacturing chemicals for industrial, sanitation, carpet and medical markets.
  • 1984

    Flow Polymers is founded.
  • 1996

    Flow Polymers acquires Ferro Corp’s dispersions business.
  • 2009

    SASCO’s 3rd generation of ownership takes the helm.
  • 2015

    Polymer Solutions Group founded, consolidating Flow Polymers, Peach State Labs and SASCO Chemical Group.
  • 2016

    SASCO acquires RubiChem Inc. from HB Chemical Corp.
  • 2016

    Flow Polymers acquires Kenrich Petrochemicals dispersion business.


As we cultivate our business through organic growth and acquisitions, PSG is strategically positioned to further expand its reach as a trusted partner to the global rubber industry.




Flow Polymers

Performance additives and dispersions serving the
global rubber and plastics industries.

SASCO Chemical Group

Release agent systems and formulations for the global
rubber and engineered wood industries.