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Consolidated Fibers Expands To Mexico

November 16, 2010

Subsidiary will initially sell polyester textured filament and flat yarn into Mexican market.

Consolidated Fibers is expanding with the launch of Consolidated Fibers Latinoamericana, based in Mexico City. The subsidiary will initially sell polyester textured filament and flat yarn into the Mexican market. Work is already underway to expand the product offering to include polyester, rayon, polypropylene and other staple fibers for nonwovens, fiberfill and
industrial end uses. Consolidated Fibers Latinoamericana also plans to serve customers in Central and South America once established in Mexico.

A signature feature of the new company is its ability to satisfy order quantities ranging from one box of filament yarn for small customers up to full truckloads for larger customers. “Customer service is what sets Consolidated Fibers Latinoamericana apart. A team of individuals with more than 70 years of experience will provide local sales and technical service to our clients. Understanding the product, processing and logistical needs of our customers improves the value equation for them by saving time and money," said general manager, Paul Latten.

Consolidated Fibers Latinoamericana has also developed a Spanish language website as another convenient option to connect with customers in Latin America at www.consolidatedfiberslatino.com.

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