Our mission

Our mission is to replace disposable textiles by reusable textiles without compromising on comfort and convenience.

We would like to contribute to an increase of textiles recycling in consumer products in Beauty, Home Care and Hygiene.

With our network of experts in the field we can connect nonwovens and textiles experts in order to accelerate crossover learning, thus combining best of both worlds.

Textiles vs Nonwovens

Combining best of both worlds

Comfort & Convenience Textiles

According to Fiber Journal, in 2019 total global fiber consumption was 120 million tonnes. Compared to the consumption of 10 years before, this was a 50% increase.
As raw materials are getting scarce, there is a lot of pressure in the textiles market to secure availability of any fiber.
With the continuing demand for convenience in all regions, availability of raw materials for textile consumer products will remain a challenge. Nonwoven disposable products are highly sophisticated and have reached maturity. Strict hygiene standards have contributed to human health and comfort. However depletion of resources will drive the transition from linear to circular thinking and will encourage re-design from disposable to reusable products. Materials could be recyclable or durable nonwoven fabrics or conventional textiles like knitted or woven fabrics. We would like to support this transition by combining the expertise in both nonwovens and textiles.


Our focus market is Europe but with our network of experts we can also arrange services on regional basis. Our services target consumer textile products in the FMCG market.
Relevant categories for wipes, pads and sheets are Beauty, Baby and Home Care.
In Absorbent Hygiene Products we work on textile Feminine Hygiene, Baby Diapers and Adult Incontinence products.

Design principes

We design fabrics according to the reduce. reuse and recycle principles. We apply zero-waste cut design where possible. This means that the products are designed to avoid cut waste, patterns are made within the space of the fabric width.