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Bio-Based Fiber


Shooting for the moon with new nylons in 2022

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Lenzing sees sustainability at the heart of its business strategy

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Growing interest in cellulose fibers creates market opportunities

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The first US flag being planted on the moon by Buzz Aldrin on July 21st, 1969. Photo courtesy of NASA

There can be no more potent a symbol of the golden age of synthetic fibers than the planting of the U.S. flag on the moon by Buzz Aldrin on July …

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Florian Heubrandner, Vice President Global Textiles Business, Lenzing AG

Lenzing Group, a global company headquartered in Austria, is a leading player in the world of cellulose fibers. For its partners in the textile and nonwovens industries, Lenzing’s cellulose fibers …

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Fibrillated cellulose – branded as Valida – is a 100% natural and bio-based material sourced from Sappi’s owned, sustainably managed forests. Photo courtesy of Sappi Europe

The challenge will be to achieve a balance between ongoing capacity expansion and rising demand The global fiber industry is facing unprecedented sustainability challenges. Issues such as a rising population, …

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Dornbirn GFC director Friedrich Weninger

For the second year running, the Dornbirn Global Fiber Congress (GFC), now in its 60th edition, was held as a virtual event. Besides the ongoing theme of sustainability, there was …

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Wood pulp is the natural feedstock used for HighPerCell technology

Global fiber production in 2019 was 111 million tonnes. This figure has more than doubled over the past 20 years and is expected to increase by another 30% to 146 …

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