Lenzing wants to explore investment opportunities in Indonesia. The Austrian company has been operating in Indonesia since 1978 through a subsidiary named South Pacific Viscose (SPV), which operates as a producer of staple fiber and sodium sulphate viscose. Customers are supplied with high-quality fibers for textile and nonwovens not only in the Asian region but in nearly all continents as part of the global market presence of the Lenzing group.
Asia is an important market for the Lenzing group. It’s where Lenzing generates more than half of its fiber revenues. More than half of the group’s fiber production capacity is located in Asia. Its largest plant is located in Indonesia. Indonesia has a significant textile industry, which represents one of the largest industrial sectors of the southeast Asian island state.
Lenzing, based in Austria, supplies the global textile and nonwoven industry with high quality, botanic cellulose fibers. Its portfolio ranges from dissolving wood pulp to standard and specialty cellulose fibers. Lenzing has a focus on profitable growth based on environmentally friendly specialty fibers. The company will expand its production capacities for specialty fibers. It will also expand and modernize its existing dissolving wood pulp production. The company produces 9,65,000 tons of fiber for the global textile and nonwoven markets.