American Wood Fibers selects Scotland County for Production Facility
American Wood Fibers to invest $19.5 million and will expand types of products made in Laurinburg.
American Wood Fibers Has Acquired California Wood Shavings
American Wood Fibers has purchased California Wood Shavings, located near the intersection of Highway 108 and J-59.
Switch To Pellet Fuel And Slash High Heating Prices
Natural gas to jump 8.2% followed by home heating oil at 6.6% in 2011, according to a recent U.S. Energy Information Administration report.
Frank H. Faehner 1939 – 2009
It is with great sadness that American Wood Fibers announces the passing of its founder, Frank Faehner.
Industry News Update
American Wood Fibers, the nation’s largest producer of wood flour and natural fiber products, is passing along the closing of Louis O. Beede & Sons
Pet Bedding Testing Review Conducted By The Michigan State University Diagnostic Center For Population And Animal Health
Review indicates presence of dioxin in small pet paper bedding produced from reclaimed pulp fibers
American Wood Fibers Achieves Qualification Under Pellet Fuels Institute Standards Program
Industry Leading Company Is Among First North American Companies Inspected And Approved By Independent Third Party Auditing Process
American Wood Fibers Announces Change In Company Leadership
CEO General Ed Leland passes the baton to son of company founders
American Wood Fibers Announces The Strategic Acquisition Of Lost Coast Forest Products
Stephen Faehner, President and CEO of American Wood Fibers, Inc. (AWF) and Geoff Freidman, President of Lost Coast Forest Products (LCFP) are excited
American Wood Fibers Named 2016 Marion County Industry of the Year
American Wood Fibers was awarded the 2016 Marion County Industry of the Year Award Friday, Nov. 4, at the Marion County Industrial Foundation.
Looking at litter by Petbusiness.com
As the litter market continues to grow, specialize and innovate, keeping track of changing trends is a priority for any pet retailer.
Last word Q and A article with Petbusiness.com
Ed Owens, vice president of engineering for AWF, explains how the company is leveraging more than 50 years of experience