Lenzing collaborates with Orange Fiber

July 19th, 2021

Lenzing Group, a producer of wood-based specialty fibers, is partnering with Orange Fiber, an Italian company which has patented the pulp production process for citrus by-products, to produce the first ever TENCEL™ branded lyocell fiber made of orange and wood pulp. The new product aims to realize both companies’ shared vision to enhance sustainability in […]

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Lenzing reaches milestone on path to climate-neutral production

June 2nd, 2021

Lenzing Group, a provider of sustainably produced specialty fibers for the global textile and nonwoven industries, is continuing to make strides toward achieving carbon neutrality. The successful completion and commissioning of an air purification and sulfur recovery plant at the Lenzing facility marks another milestone in the Group’s ambitious strategy. Using state-of-the-art technology, the plant […]

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Lenzing’s Indigo Color technology is making denim ‘greener’

April 1st, 2021

Denim remains an important market for Lenzing, and the introduction of TENCEL™ Modal with Indigo Color technology is designed to help reduce the ecological footprint of denim fabrics and garments. Photo: Lenzing Group. Demand for eco-responsible alternatives in the denim industry is growing, as brands and supply chain partners seek greater sustainability. The Lenzing Group […]

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Lenzing announces findings from Global Consumer Perception survey

September 3rd, 2020

According to a press release from Lenzing Group, a leader in sustainably produced wood-based specialty fibers, the company has announced findings from its Global Consumer Perception Survey on Sustainable Raw Materials in Fashion and Home Textiles. The survey, which was conducted in early 2020, assessed the perceptions and behaviors of Conscious Consumers towards sustainable clothing […]

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Second pilot plant completed for TENCEL™ Luxe filament yarn

February 19th, 2020

The Lenzing Group completed the second pilot production plant announced in May 2018 for its innovative filament yarn TENCEL™ Luxe. The new pilot production line, which was put into operation in the middle of December 2019, gives Lenzing capacity for commercial programs and further application development. The new pilot production line will build upon the […]

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Lenzing ensuring supply chain transparency

July 15th, 2019

The Lenzing Group is adopting blockchain technology to support its Tencel-branded fiber business, ensuring transparency and traceability of its fibers. Blockchain technology allows digital information to be distributed, but not copied, so each individual piece of data can only have one owner. Supply chain transparency from wood to garment and home textiles will enable customers […]

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Lenzing invests in Thailand

July 27th, 2017

The Lenzing Group plans to build a state-of- the-art lyocell fiber production plant in Prachinburi, Thailand, by the end of 2020. The plant is part of a strategy to substantially increase Lenzing’s share of specialty fibers as a proportion of total revenue. The company established a subsidiary in Thailand and is purchasing a commercial property […]

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Lenzing first in sustainable wood sourcing

December 21st, 2016

The Lenzing Group, Lenzing, Austria, was rated number one worldwide for the procurement of wood, the key raw material in cellulose fiber production. The ranking was compiled by the Canadian non-profit environmental organization Canopy Planet Society, which cooperates with 68 leading retail brands in the textile industry and evaluates sustainable sourcing processes. Canopy assessed the […]

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Lenzing and The Woolmark Company announce their cooperation

April 28th, 2016

The Lenzing Group, Lenzing, Austria, and The Woolmark Company, Sydney, Australia, signed a cooperation agreement and presented the partnership between the lyocell fiber TINCEL® and Merino wool. The fiber duo introduces a new dimension to high-end textiles and active wear. TENCEL is of botanic origin and offers moisture management properties while Merino wool is a […]

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