At Optus, our Fiber Department specializes in sourcing a wide range of fibers used for spinning yarn. Fibers are classified as natural or man-made/synthetic based on their source. Natural fibers, such as cotton, silk, linen, and wool, are obtained from natural products. Synthetic fibers, such as fiberglass, nylon, and rayon, are artificially made.

We source both man-made and natural fibers to cater to diverse needs:

Man-Made Fibers

Man-made fibers are artificially produced through various chemical compositions. Some are derived from natural cellulose, including rayon, modal, and Lyocell. Our range of man-made fibers exhibits different luster, section, and color options:

Natural Fibers

Natural fibers are derived from plants, animals, and geological processes. They are biodegradable and can be classified based on their origin. Examples include:
Our fiber range includes viscose, modal, acetate, uhmwpe lyocell, polyamide, acrylic, polyester, polyolefins, aramid, elastane, and glass carbon. We ensure a diverse selection of fibers to meet the specific requirements of our customers.