For fiber customers

Yarn spinners

Our fiber is versatile and can be processed alone in 100% formulations or seamlessly incorporated into blends aiming to preserve a cotton-like hand-feel. It is compatible with various types of machinery, including ring-spinning, open-end, and air jet, ensuring efficiency is maintained throughout the processing.

Vertically integrated manufacturers

Integrated home textile and apparel manufacturers stand to gain significant advantages from the TreeToTextile fiber. This fiber not only delivers the desired cotton-like natural hand-feel but also originates from a controlled industrial process, ensuring a stable supply and consistent quality. Additionally, it helps avoid the volatile price fluctuations often seen in the cotton market, capturing benefits related to the total cost of downstream processing.

Distributors and fiber producers

We offer a man-made cellulosic fiber (MMCF) with a low climate impact which is not affected by unexpected weather events, ensuring a stable supply and consistent quality. With a cotton-like hand feel, it is versatile for use in blends with other staple fibers, particularly other MMCFs and cotton.

The production process is intentionally designed to maintain a low environmental footprint. The fiber serves as an excellent complement to existing product portfolios that include other staple fibers such as viscose, cotton, lyocell, and polyester. Its stability and compatibility with various fibers make it a valuable addition to enhance and diversify product offerings.

Nonwoven producers

The bio-based fiber, with a low environmental footprint, serves as an ideal alternative to conventional synthetic fibers in nonwoven applications. Its unique natural dry hand-feel makes it particularly well-suited for close-to-skin uses, such as baby wipes and hygiene products. Given the industry’s move away from single-use plastics, the TreeToTextile fiber, with an attractive cotton-like hand feel, provides a bio-based alternative.

This distinct hand-feel, combined with low climate impact, also positions the TreeToTextile fiber favorably for nonwoven applications in furniture, bedding, and packaging materials. In these diverse uses, the fiber not only meets sustainability goals but also imparts a desirable tactile quality to the end-products.