We have incorporated perfect quality control for ensuring flawless product quality. We comply by international norms while manufacturing these products. They are highly acclaimed for their features like biodegradable fiber, eco friendliness, high durability, high tensile strength, resistant to wear and tear, low extensibility, and others.
The company owns approximately 65,000 hectare of farmland for which 40,000 hectare planted with sisal and the other 25,000 hectare is for other Fibre plants. We processes and manufactures raw sisal fibre mainly for export and some for local use. We have a capacity of processing more than 76500 Metric Tonnes per year where 80% is exported and 20% sold to the local market.
Building a state-of-the-art infrastructure has given us a comfortability of manufacturing the best quality products. It includes departments like designing, warehousing, marketing, sales, research and others. All these teams are run by highly motivated professionals, who are up-to-date with industrial trends. They use modernized machinery and excellent technology for completing our consignments.
With a prolonged industrial experience of more than 61 years, we have emerged as one of the trusted manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of quality Fibre, Fibre Products in South Africa and the world. Our range is developed as per stringent quality analyzing norms and utilizing finest grade Fibre, jute and modernized machines. Owing to easy availability of our range and customization facility, we have become the favored choice of our clients present throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East America etc..
There are 2 main grades that come out of our production system, mainly UG and SSUG. Other rare grades include 3L and Tow, forming less than 1%. There are also by products that are available such as Flume Tow.
Uses of Sisal Fibre
Globally the amount of sisal fibre produced annually is 76500 Metric Tonnes. High quality fibre produced in Africa is sold to a variety of markets and used to make high quality carpet, buffing or polishing clothe and speciality pulp used to manufacture, cigarette papers and bank notes. Among other products Sisal fibre is also increasingly used in the building industry particularly for plaster re enforcement. Most Fibre produced in Africa is exported, almost exclusively produced in large scale development.
As extraction of fibre uses only a small percentage of the plant, some attempts to improve economic viability have focused on utilizing the waste material for production of biogas, for stockfeed, or the extraction of pharmaceutical materials.