top of page

Home   >   Information

What natural fibres can do

Natural fibres are made out of natural resources whereas chemical fibres are produced synthetically ('man made'). The major advantage what makes plant fibres superior over chemical fibres is the biodegradability and simple recycling. With regards to the global environmental pollution through plastic packaging materials, the key argument for further expanding the use of plant fibres is the protection of our environment. more >

The ecological all-rounder

Jute is one of the most important natural fibers and next to cotton in terms of production and usage. Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable bast fiber (produced from the skin of the plant). Jute ('Shada Pat' in Bengali) has been cultivated in Bangladesh and East Bengal of India more than four hundred years ago. more >

Corporate Social Responsibility

Since the beginning of our business operations we have set our aims high – we demand compliance to high quality standards from ourselves, our producers and suppliers. We are aware of our responsibility regarding environmental protection, labor standards and supply chain management.

more >

  • Facebook App Icon
  • Twitter App Icon
  • Google+ App Icon

© 2015 by INTERTROP

bottom of page