Fiber manufacturing machines are an important part of the fiber industry in North Dakota.
Fitting machines are used to cut and shape the fibers.
The machines can be seen in many fiber factories in the U.S. and Canada.
The factory in North Charleston has been making fiber machines since the 1970s, but in recent years, the factory has moved to making fiber for other industries.
The new factory is now in the process of building a new fiber manufacturing facility.
Fiber manufacturing machines make up a growing portion of the company’s workforce.
Since 2000, the company has added more than 300 jobs in the United States, according to a company press release.
“The company has been growing for the last decade, and now we’re at a point where we’re looking to expand into other markets, and we’re going to do that in North Dakotas and across the country,” said Paul Stauffer, president of the North Dakota Fiber Manufacturing Company.
Stauffer said the new fiber factory is part of an effort to create jobs in North America.
He said the company hopes to hire at least 1,000 people over the next three years.
The company recently opened its first fiber manufacturing factory in Wyoming.
The factory has been in business for more than 20 years.
“Our goal is to be a manufacturing leader, and so our focus is on expanding our business to the other markets in the country and to the world,” Staupper said.
The new fiber plant is a joint venture between Fiber Manufacture Group of North Dakota and North Charleston-based Fidonet.
Fidinet is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and has a network of about 200 plant locations across the United State.