CFSA Sponsor Spotlight: Leigh Fibers Inc.

We are pleased to continue our series of Sponsor Spotlight articles in which we profile from time to time a different CFSA member company that has chosen to sponsor a program or activity. We are very fortunate to have many generous companies that financially support the association during the year, and this is an opportunity for us to thank them and to profile their company for the entire membership. Leigh Fibers Inc., based in Wellford, South Carolina, is a sponsor for our upcoming 2016 CFSA Fall Conference & Trade Show. Here are the company’s responses to our questions.

When did your company first join CFSA, and what do you value most about your membership?

Leigh Fibers joined CFSA in 1997. As a family-owned business, Leigh Fibers values our CFSA membership for the access we have to industry resources, statistics, and networking. This membership has enabled Leigh to acquire and retain casket manufacturers across the nation while demonstrating our commitment to the industry through our nearly 20-year membership with CFSA. Through continuous product development, Leigh has been able to engineer a consistent economical solution in today’s market that delivers value to manufacturers in the casket industry.

Why has your company become a sponsor of the association?

Leigh Fibers will celebrate its 100-year anniversary in 2022. As we approach this milestone event, we want to show our appreciation to the various industries that have sustained our business for nearly a century. CFSA has been a valuable resource for our company since 1997, and we are proud to sponsor this organization.

Tell us a little about your company.

Leigh Fibers is headquartered in Wellford, S.C., near the center of the Greenville-Spartanburg area. For 100 years, Leigh has manufactured, traded, and reprocessed fibers and polymers worldwide. Through sustainable product engineering, its branded products, and specialty fibers, the company has provided many industries with unique value-added solutions to their specific problems. Since its beginning, Leigh has diverted more than 14 billion pounds of textile waste and byproducts from landfills and is currently active in 25 countries around the world.

Who should other CFSA members contact if they want to know more about your company?

Mr. Uwe Deligne –