Fiber-Shield Industries, Inc.

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Fiber-Shield Industries Marks 42nd Anniversary, Announces Corporate Rebranding

Fiber-Shield Industries Inc., a leading supplier of specialty protection products and related materials, today celebrated its 42nd anniversary. In addition, the company announced a corporate rebranding, which underscores its pledge to help customers succeed in today’s challenging marketplace. (Read More)

Fiber-Shield's Carpet Stain and Repellent Treatments See Sales Surge

In tandem with the rise in home furnishings product sales, as Americans spend more time at home due to the coronavirus pandemic and focus on sprucing up their homes, Fiber-Shield Industries has seen sales of its fabric and carpet soil and stain repellents rise significantly.

"We will finish the year ahead of 2019 and now we are really seeing a big surge," said Manny Vickers, who founded the company more than 40 years ago and expanded its offering over the decades. "Our textile soil and stain repellents both for carpet and fabrics have done extremely well. Retail and online sales have increased substantially as our distributors place our products in those venues.  (Read More)

Fiber-Shield Industries rebrands with new logo, celebrates 42 years

On May 12, specialty protection products maker Fiber-Shield Industries Inc. celebrated its 42nd anniversary. The company also announced its corporate rebranding strategy with a dynamic new corporate logo—a shield of white and gold. (Read More)

Fiber-Shield Industries gets customers to share the cost of developing new products

As the president and chief operating officer of Fiber-Shield Industries Inc., a 48-year-old Yaphank firm that makes products that protect fabric, wood, carpeting, leather, glass, metal, masonry and vehicles, Vickers increasingly hears from customers seeking custom-made treatments.  They want these products not only to be multi-purpose — as in offering stain protection and resistance to ultraviolet rays, abrasion, soil, fire or water and oil — but less expensive and better-performing than competitive products on the market.  (Read More [Editorial correction:  In the initial article--dated in 2017--Newsday incorrectly stated that the company was 48 years old at the time of printing.  The correct age of the company at that time was 38 years]

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