HempFlax B.V. Mark Reinders

HempFlax B.V.


+31(0)597-61 55 16


Postbus 142


9665 ZJ


Oude Pekela



Company Info

Company presentation HempFlax in Oude Pekela (NL) focuses on the production and processing of sustainable resources, semi-finished and finished products made from ecologically grown fibre hemp and flax. By professionally improving the development and innovation of renewable natural fibre products, HempFlax stands at the outset of a sustainable industrial chain. Company HempFlax in Oude Pekela, the Netherlands, manufactures and processes durable raw materials, semi-finished products and end products made from ecologically cultivated fibre hemp and flax. With its professional ap- proach to the development and innovation of recyclable natural fibre pro- ducts, HempFlax is the first link in a sustainable industrial chain. Material This industrial production chain is a result of sustainable agriculture. Every year, HempFlax obtains new natural fibres, particularly fibre hemp, through contract cultivation with arable farmers in the Netherlands and Germany. By putting recyclable raw materials on the market, HempFlax has gained a leading position in this innovative industrial development. Its main objective is to produce recyclable raw materials for industrial end products and commodities for the consumer market. HempFlax gives entrepreneurs and consumers the opportunity to give substance to their responsibility for the environment. The sustainable chain functions according to the universal environmental thinking and awareness of right-minded people aimed at continuing the ecological circle as long as possible. Entrepreneurs, managers, banks and consumers should make an effort to use the possibilities afforded by HempFlax. Products With its vision and innovative decisiveness, HempFlax in the Netherlands and Germany gives meaning to the term agrification. By providing recyc- lable raw materials, environmentally harmful synthetic fibres made of fossil raw materials – such as nylon and plastics – can be replaced by fibres made of recyclable raw materials.