Leigh Fibers has hired Bryan Tickle to a new role for the company, furniture/mattress account executive. He has responsibility for overseeing the purchase of post-industrial textile waste used in the company’s recycled fiber processes, for managing fiber sales to furniture and mattress manufacturers, and for developing new business in these channels.
Tickle brings more than 25 years of sales experience with furniture and mattress manufacturers, including Berkline Corp. and Jamison Bedding, to his new role with the Wellford, South Carolina-based company.
He reports to Daniel Mason, Leigh Fibers president.
Leigh Fibers manufactures, trades and reprocesses fibers and polymers worldwide. The company traces its roots back to the 1880s, when its predecessor, John Leigh & Co., began recycling and reselling cotton waste throughout Europe.