Infinited Fiber Company and Rejlers Finland have signed a letter of award regarding engineering, procurement, and construction management services (EPCM) for Infinited Fiber´s circular Infinna™ fiber factory planned to be built in Kemi, Finland.
Since the February update, our work to build the first commercial-scale Infinna™ textile fiber factory has continued to progress by leaps and bounds. Signing the letter of award with Rejlers for the provision of EPCM services is yet another important milestone for the project.
“Selecting Rejlers as the EMPC partner for our EUR 400 million Flagship factory project was a result of thorough consideration. Their leading expertise in delivering complex EPCM projects make them an ideal partner to help us build the world’s first Infinna™ fiber factory, which is a key steppingstone to scaling up our production capacity,” says Petri Alava, CEO of Infinited Fiber Company.
“We very much look forward to this cooperation. This extensive project represents circularity, modern technology and new venture and encompasses EPCM delivery – all of these aspects are attractive for us and in line with our strategy. Rejlers’ EPC and EPCM portfolio has increased substantially over the last years,” says Mikko Vaahersalo, CEO Rejlers Finland.
The new factory, at the site of a discontinued paper mill in Kemi, will have a capacity of 30,000 metric tons of Infinna™ annually, equivalent to the fiber needed for about 100 million T-shirts. The future factory’s customer-base includes several of the world’s leading apparel companies, with most of the future production capacity already sold out for several years.
Read Rejlers release here .
Learn more about the progress of our flagship factory in Kemi, and further plans for production capacity scale-up.
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