Fibers are everywhere in our life. Either synthetic or natural we take advantage of fibers. Natural fibers are Earth friendly. And mean no harm to people as well as to ecology. You can find variation Philippines' fibers variation.
Natural and sustainable as it truly is, abaca can be used in any aspect of our life. Over the years, the supply of abaca has been scarce for potential buyers due to the sensitivity of its production. This is where we come with a new breath of fresh air, because naturally, it is one of the Philippines’ main source of fiber and we utilize a special technology to better serve our future partners; whilst, maintaining the best quality of abaca fiber that we can offer.
In addition to Abaca, there is another widely used fiber obtained from palm tree. Native to Madagascar, A few African countries, and Philippines, raffia fiber is being extensively utilized for woven products, hand-made products, as well as gift packaging and florists binding.
Sisal fiber, on the other hand, is considered as one of the wild variety of fiber as it is acquired from the leaves of the sisal plant. Being part of the family of Mexican Agave, the main supply comes from Tropical Central American countries.
The coconut coir, commonly known as coconut fiber, is basically one of the main resources of the Philippines. It is a natural fiber extracted from husks of coconut. The material is generally used for home essentials such as mats, doormats, fine brushes, fishing nets, and the likes.