|Traded as||NYSE: PLL
S&P 500 Component
|Founded||1946, New York City|
|Headquarters||Port Washington, New York|
|Key people||Lawrence D. Kingsley
CEO & President 
Chief Financial Officer 
Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
President, Pall Life Sciences
President, Pall Industrial
Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain and Business Systems
|Revenue||US $ 2.74 Billion (FY 2011)|
|Net income||US $ 315.5 Million (FY 2011)|
|Employees||10,900 (FY 2011)|
Pall Corporation, headquartered in Port Washington, New York, is a global supplier of filtration, separations and purification products. The company is listed in the S&P 500 and has been included in the Fortune 1000 list since 1991. Total revenues for fiscal year 2011 were $2.74 billion, with $86.8 million spent on R&D. Pall Corporation's business is split into two broad groups: Life Sciences (c.51%) and Industrial (c.49%). These business groups provide fluid management products and systems to customers in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, transfusion medicine, energy, electronics, municipal and industrial water purification, aerospace, transportation and broad industrial markets.
The company was founded by David B. Pall in 1946 as Micro Metallic Corporation. Pall has plants in New Port Richey, DeLand, Florida. It announced plans to close its plants in Ann Arbor and Fort Myers, Florida in 2013.
- 1990: Dr. Pall is awarded the National Medal of Technology for patenting and commercializing over 100 filtration and other fluid clarification products beneficial to society and for building Pall Corporation into a global company.
- 2008: Dr. Pall is posthumously inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his invention of the leukoreduction filter.
- 2009: Pall Corporation is named one of the greenest companies in America in Newsweek’s September 28 issue. The company was ranked second in the industrial goods sector and 47th among America’s largest companies.
- 2011: Pall Corporation is awarded the Engineering Materials Achievement Award (EMAA) by ASM International. The company was recognized for its porous iron aluminide technology.
- 2011: Pall Corporation is named a top green company in Newsweek's third annual Green Rankings. The company was ranked fifth in the capital goods sector and 69th among the U.S. 500 list.
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