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HELSINKI – Infinited Fiber Company (IFC), which produces cellulosic fibres from textile waste, plans to build a 30,000 metric tons per year facility in Finland at a cost of €220 million.

Working with textile machine builder Andritz, it expects the new manufacturing plant will be operational in 2024 and is the next step for IFC in its bid to scale its recycled cellulose fibre technology to commercial levels.

The company currently operates pilot facilities in the cities of Espoo and Valkeakoski, Finland, with a combined nominal capacity of 150 metric tons/annum. It’s already working with apparel brands such as H&M, Bestseller, PVH Corp, Wrangler and Patagonia.

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