Martex Fiber, a Charlotte based textile waste trading company since its founding in 1970 has been innovating in the field of textile. Martex Fiber, as part of its expansion plan took up to increase it Spartanburgâ€™s plant capacity by over 20 percent which has been completed.
Spartanburg Fiber Division plant expansion involved installation of a fiber reclamation line that will produce additional value-added fibers for use in automotive, upholstery and yarn applications.
According to Jamie Jarrett, general manager, Martex Fiber Southern Corp, the expansion increased Spartanburgâ€™s plant capacity would help to further expand their ability to create valuable outlets for the over 160 million pounds per year of pre- and post-consumer cotton and cotton-polyester textile waste that Martex Fiber keeps out of landfills.
As part of Martex Fiberâ€™s No Fiber Left Behind program, the company also is expanding its Brownsville, Texas, manufacturing facility. With the expansion, the capacity of the plant will increase by 11 million pounds per year. The expansion is likely to be completed in the second quarter of 2014.
Martex Fiberâ€™s No Fiber Left Behind program strives to send zero textile waste to landfills by recycling all textile waste it purchases.
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