Scalability of Raw Materials

As one of the world’s largest agricultural hubs, Southeast Asia presents a scalable and consistent multi-country supply of agricultural by-products. Through engagement with farmers, social cooperatives and major producers, we have secured access to raw materials such as pineapple leaves from Thailand and coconut husks from Indonesia. There are also plans to diversify and source for new agricultural waste in Southeast Asia.

Key statistics*:

At 1.7 million tonnes per year, Thailand is one of the world’s largest pineapple producers, as well as the world’s top producer of smooth cayenne variety.

In Indonesia, coconut production is the world’s largest here, generating 17.1 million tonnes per year.

*Data sourced from FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2019)

There are three key sustainable applications in which our current agricultural waste value-add -
(1) Natural fibre textiles; (2) Soil amendments; and (3) Cushions & bedding mattresses.

Our production numbers

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Coconut & Pineapple Farmers

Our Product Applications &
Product Development Plans

Sustainable Textiles


Extracted from pineapple leaves, pineapple leaf fibre (PALF) textiles are a unique natural option ideal for use in four key textile categories - footwear, apparel & accessories, home textiles, and upholstery & interior furnishings.

Soil Amendments


Cocopeat is a spongy material, found in the pith of coconut husks, that provides a sustainable soil amendment and conditioning option for horticultural, floricultural, landscaping and greenhouse purposes.

Cushions &
Bedding Mattresses


Coir fiber, extracted from the outer husk of the coconut, is a sustainable alternative to synthetic ones. Its natural, breathable and allergy-resistant component can value-add to cushions & bedding mattress applications.

New Product Innovation


Subscribing towards a circular economy, we are constantly seeking for new product applications (e.g., sustainable textile innovation), and driving process improvement productivity

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