Extensive product range

Based on our focus on natural types of rope and twine, we offer six raw materials, namely flax, cotton, sisal, jute, coir and manila. Depending on the raw material, the twine may be available as rope and/or string. Within each type, there are various options with regard to fibre, format, conditioning and packaging.

Flax twine

Flax (hemp) is a versatile, natural twine. It originates in Western Europe, but is grown worldwide these days. Flax string is soft, durable and strong.

Cotton twine

Cotton is a high-quality fibre used frequently in the textile industry. It produces a strong material, resistant to heat, chlorine and sunlight. The fibre has very little elasticity and high absorbency.

Sisal parcel string

Sisal string is made from the agave plant, which originates in South-East Africa and Latin America. The string is pale or yellow in colour, highly flexible and easy to knot.

Jute twine

Jute is primarily grown in India and Bangladesh. It is a medium-strength, versatile twine. It has a soft texture and, as a natural product, is 100% biodegradable.

Flax rope

Flax rope is a natural rope manufactured from 100% flax yarn. Flax rope is a 100% natural product and therefore 100% biodegradable and soft to the touch. The rope shrinks when wet.

Sisal rope

Sisal rope is a natural twine, made from sisal fibres, originating from the agave plant. It expands in dry conditions and contracts in a humid environment.

Coir rope

Coir twine is made from coconut hairs. It comes mainly from India, where it is manufactured in a traditional manner. Coir twine is very light and floats. It has a limited breaking force.

Manilla rope

Manilla twine is manufactured from fibres from the abaca plant. This twine has long been used in shipping. It is much valued as a natural twine, as it produces a lighter and stronger twine than the alternatives.