Foss Manufacturing

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Foss Manufacturing Company, LLC is a well-known leader and pioneer in the use of nonwoven fabrics and specialty synthetic fibers in an ever-expanding number of environments. It’s driven by innovation and the team takes pride in its ability to pioneer solutions to complex problems. Learn why Foss values hard-working individuals, like veterans, by watching the videos below...

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Foss’ approach to problem-solving combined with the experience and skills of its team members enable it to consistently provide products that exceed customer expectations.

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