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USFibers Expands Its Production Plant In Trenton, South Carolina

A manufacturer of recycled polyester fiber, USFibers plans to expand its current operations at 30 Pine House Road in Trenton, South Carolina.

To meet increased customer demand, USFibers is investing in its Edgefield County facility with plans to create 20 jobs. The company is expanding its product offerings into specialty markets. In addition to the new jobs, this new capacity will include a significant expansion into research and development capabilities and personnel.

“This latest investment demonstrates our continued commitment to the fiber industry. We are excited about the opportunities that this new operation affords us and the ability to enter new markets. As we launch this next phase of our evolution at USFibers, we want to thank our employees, customers and suppliers for their continued support. Without them and their commitment, none of this would be possible,” said USFibers President & Founder Edward Oh.

With South Carolina locations in Trenton and Laurens, USFibers offers a wide variety of polyester staple fiber products, serving various market segments, including automotive, home furnishings, filtration and geotextiles. The company’s products support several end uses, including polyester’s continued growth in non-woven applications.

“It’s always exciting to see one of our existing businesses succeed and have the ability to expand in our state. USFibers’ decision to invest further in South Carolina and create 20 new jobs in Edgefield County is a real reason to celebrate, and we look forward to seeing this fantastic company continue to grow here for a very long time,” said Governor Nikki Haley.

“I am excited about USFibers’ continued growth in Edgefield County. Over the past six years they have been consistently expanding, which demonstrates their innovative capabilities in the competitive fiber industry. Congratulations to Edward Oh and his team on this latest news. Edgefield County Council is committed to working closely with our strong existing industry community,” said Edgefield County Council Chairman Dean Campbell.

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