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Bast Fibre Technologies Inc.





Company Headquarters

4464 Markham Street
Unit 2301
Victoria, BC V8Z 7X8
Canada

Company Description

BFT produces fully sustainable,100% plant-based, natural fibres with the technical and performance requirements needed in a wide variety of nonwoven applications. A better alternative to synthetic & semi-synthetic fibres, BFT fibres are created with an Oeko-tex 100 certified process and perform well on major nonwoven formation platforms.

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