Opened in 2013 with an investment of US$500 million, Sateri (Fujian) Fibre Co Ltd is one of the newest and best-designed plants in the world. It makes both regular and specialty fibres, which are used in high-end non-woven and micro denier products. The mill, in the Meizhouwan North Shore Harbour Industrial Zone in Putian, has four production lines and a design capacity of 200,000 tons of fibre per year.
Sateri (Jiangxi) Chemical Fibre Co Ltd was the company’s first mill in China when it opened in 2004 in Jiujiang. After two lines were added in 2010, it now has four lines and a design capacity of 230,000 tons. Close to the Yangtze River, Sateri Jiangxi benefits from great connectivity for shipments.
Sateri (Jiujiang) Fibre Co Ltd acquired this mill from Jiangxi Longda in 2015 and now has 5 production lines with a total design capacity of 355,000 tons comprising of both textile and non-woven fibres. Sateri Jiujiang is on the banks of the Yangtze River and has its own port, ensuring excellent access and connectivity.
Sateri (Jiangsu) Fiber Co., Ltd. was established in 2019 after a one year lease and subsequent acquisition of Jiangsu Xiangsheng Viscose Fiber Co., Ltd. located in the city of Suqian in Jiangsu province. The 300,000 tons mill has six lines of production which brings Sateri closer to its downstream partners and more customers, especially in the Northern China market.
Sateri (China) Fibre Co Ltd started production in end 2019 and has 2 production lines with a total design capacity of 250,000 tons. Located close to Sateri (Jiangxi) and Sateri (Jiujiang) in Jiangxi province, China, this greenfield project is Sateri’s latest addition into the family.
As part of our strategy to get closer to customers and improve quality, Sateri acquired a controlling stake in Linz (Nanjing) Viscose Yarn Co Ltd in May 2016. The spinning mill, set up in 2007 by Austria’s Linz Textil, makes high-quality viscose yarn products that are exported worldwide. The state-of-the-art mill has 2,520 open-end rotors and 384 vortex spindles – plus 7,200 Compact Siro spindles on board from March 2017.