Infinited Fibers technology transforms textile waste into premium-quality circular fibres for the textile industry.

Infinited Fiber Company is a growth company born out of a desire to solve some of the biggest challenges in the fashion and textile industries: mountains of discarded textiles ending up as waste, limited natural resources, and consumers calling for more sustainable choices. We’re on a mission to make textile circularity an everyday reality and help the industry transform for good.

Our patented textile-to-textile recycling technology offers a way to capture the value in waste by regenerating it into a new and versatile high-quality textile fiber. Infinna™ has the look and feel of cotton and is made of cellulose – the building block of all plants. The fiber can be used as an alternative to virgin cotton, man-made cellulosic fibers (MMCF) and some synthetic fibers, representing an adressable market of ~€60- €80bn.

The demand for sustainably produced recycled and regenerated fibers has grown rapidly in the recent years. The trend is expected to further accelerate, driven by ambitious pledges by fashion brands to use circular materials and production methods, increasing sustainability awareness of consumers, as well as developing EU regulation.

Infinna™ can be used to create a wide range of fabrics and clothing. This versatility and high quality are key reasons why many of the world’s leading fashion and apparel companies find our regenerated fiber so attractive. Fashion and apparel brands such as adidas, Patagonia, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Pangaia, Wrangler, Zara, GANNI and Weekday have already released items made with Infinna™ to retail. Many of the world’s leading apparel companies have also signed multi-year purchasing agreements with us to secure their future supply of Infinna™ from our first commercial-scale factory, planned to be built in Northern Finland. We expect to start the Infinna™ deliveries from the factory in 2026 and aim to accelerate the capacity build-up over the coming years by actively advancing the next Infinna ™ factories in Europe and Asia by 2030.

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