Between 10a.m. and 1p.m., small groups of students will be led through Mogul's state-of-the-art spunlace nonwoven production process, highlighting some of the unique challenges and opportunities in manufacturing. Mogul South Carolina's products are used in wipes, hygiene and automotive applications, among others.
Darryl Fournier, president of Mogul South Carolina Nonwovens, adds, "We're proud to host local students to show them first-hand the multitude of opportunities and careers in manufacturing. As a family-owned company we understand the value of engaging in the local community. Ensuring students know there are exciting careers in manufacturing is part of supporting economic sustainability."
Mogul South Carolina Nonwovens Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mogul Nonwovens, one of the fastest growing nonwovens companies in the world.