Natural fibers bonded with polyolefins

Biocomposites made from rapidly renewable fibers of biological origin, such as starch, bamboo, coconut, rice husks, coffee husks, and polyolefin-based binders derived from recycling.

They are suitable for durable products in the automotive industry, household articles, furniture, toys, etc.

The benefits of their use include reduced CO2 emissions, affordable sustainable development, lightweight design, and exceptional mechanical properties.