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To support the nation’s critical infrastructure, Fibrebond couldn’t shut down during the pandemic. Halting operations, even for a short period, was not an option. Fibrebond’s Vice-President of Supply Chain and Manufacturing Support, Martee Gonsoulin, said the company had to act quickly to put procedures, safeguards and practices in place to ensure worker safety so that business could continue during COVID-19. “Early on, Louisiana was one of the hot spots for COVID-19," Gonsoulin...

The data center industry was expecting 2020 to be a year of growth, said Hector Moreno. But Moreno, the Director of Business Development, Data Centers at Fibrebond, and his colleagues had no idea just how much growth that would be. The coronavirus pandemic sent everyone into their homes, with work, school and play all relying on home connections that ultimately relied on data centers firing on all cylinders. The projections for the...

What do you do when boomtown and processing location are hundreds of miles away? If you’re Fibrebond, you devise a solution that involves floating a building with a name reminiscent of the Transformers down the Red River. It’s another example of how the business is looking to accommodate its customers’ needs. With liquified natural gas exports booming along the Gulf Coast and the recent discovery of natural gas, oil and natural gas...

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