The General Aniline & Film Corporation was founded in April 1929 as the American subsidiary of IG Farben by a merger between the American branches of the Bayer Company, General Aniline Works, Agfa-Ansco and Winthrop Chemical Company in Binghamton, New York. Its industry is roofing (was film) and is based in Wayne, New Jersey (since 1983). Between 1942 and 1965, Aniline was owned by the U.S. Government after being seized during WWII because of German leadership.
American IG Chemical Corporation (1929-1939)
General Aniline & Film Corporation (1939-1968)
GAF Materials Corporation (1968-)