Nothing new needs to be grown when we make the most of what’s already in circulation. Infinited Fiber technology turns textile waste that would otherwise be landfilled or burned into something truly valuable: Infinna™, a premium-quality, circular textile fiber that reduces the world’s reliance on virgin raw materials. It addresses the twin challenges of what to do with the piles and piles of textile waste we generate globally, and our continued desire for more and more new textiles.
Infinited Fiber Company and one of Europe’s leading fashion brands, Lindex, have signed a multi-year offtake agreement for Infinna™ fiber, regenerated 100% from textile waste. Partnering with Infinited Fiber is an important step in Lindex’s transformation to a more sustainable and circular assortment and we at Infinited Fiber are proud to join forces with Lindex, contributing to their aspiration to make a difference for future generations through our groundbreaking textile-to-textile recycling technology.
With this partnership and multi-year offtake agreement, Lindex secures their share of Infinna™ fiber from our first commercial-scale factory, set to start operations in Northern Finland in 2026. Already in 2024, Lindex will start preparing for the fiber´s increasing availability by testing and innovating with the novel material. By incorporating Infinna™, Lindex expands its material portfolio with a circular alternative to cotton and other manmade cellulosic fibers, such as viscose.