“AFL strives to stay on the cutting edge, applying new ideas and new technologies to their expertise in fiber optics to create new products. Helping to develop these new technologies to support our customers is exciting and rewarding.”
“AFL continues to build on our history of the pursuit of excellence each and every day. 'That’s good enough' is never an option; we’ll continue to drive improvement in the services we provide, the products we produce and the communities in which we live.”
Process and Applications Manager
“It's simple. At AFL, we connect. We can provide you with a one stop source—from A to Z. We have products and solutions to meet your needs.”
“One of the key contributors of AFL’s success is that we listen to our internal and external customers, and then we provide great products, services, and training that meets each customer’s needs.”
Engineering Applications Manager
“Culturally, AFL never settles. We are always looking for better ways to do things by using systems like Root Cause Problem Analysis. We analyze the data to improve our processes for AFL, which benefits both internal and external customers. I think this culture of continuous improvement is something that makes AFL different from most companies our size.”
“AFL sells an incredibly wide variety of products to meet any need our customers may have. Our product portfolio has grown from offering just a few fiber types, to well over a hundred types. This is what AFL does – Engineer and Build products to meet each customer’s needs—whatever they are.”
GFPS (Global Fujikura Production System) Training Supervisor
“It’s important to me to be part of a company that values its associates. AFL’s Wellness Program is just one example of putting associates first.”
Director of Benefits & Wellness
Light Brigade partners with Fiber Insight to offer design and engineering customers two new courses—Certified Optical Network Associate (CONA) and Certified Fiber Characterization Engineer (CFCE)
Several AFL associates were recognized for receiving patent awards for developing new products and technologies within the optical connectivity, fusion splicing and test and inspection divisions.
Three schools in the upstate of South Carolina received small pine trees from AFL’s Community Outreach Program in celebration of Arbor Day.
The volunteer project is part of AFL’s ACT (AFL Community Team) program where teams of associates gather for three to four hours providing a service for a nonprofit organization.
Made possible by AFL’s Community Outreach Program, the grants were presented to Cruz Rosa and Alianza Anticancer Infantil.
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