Manufacture and sale of polyester staple
fibres made of recycled PET, of various types and grades.


start of production

12 000 tons

production volume per year

2.5 ha

total production space

400 000 000 pcs

we process eggplants per year

Our company Reprocessing LLC is one of the market leaders in Uzbekistan, Russia and CIS countries in its segment.

The company produces and sells polyester staple fibers of different types and grades made of recycled PET. These are hollow and full regular fibres having a zig-zag structure.

We recycle more than 400 000 000 pieces of used PET bottles and produce 12 000 tons of polyester fiber annually. 80% of total production we export to CIS countries and Turkey.

Our mission is to leave a clean planet for our children. We do that by promoting separate waste collection and recycling used consumer products. We will always base all our actions on sustainable principles to protect our environment.


Potential and mission

The company's production potential is largely determined by and consists of the manufacture and sale of a wide range of polyester staple fibres.

Partnering with customers is the main goal of the company. This relationship and cooperation is based on prompt and convenient customer service, being a top priority for the company's employees.


The full production cycle is achieved using high-tech equipment from Korea, China and a modern production and technological laboratory, which performs quality control of raw materials and finished products. The company's personnel consists of highly-qualified specialists in the field of synthetic fibre production technologies. Thanks to its modern production facilities, laboratory and innovative technology, the company offers profitable cooperation on the basis of partnership projects.

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Manufacturing process

step 1

Material feed system

step 2

Screw dryer

step 3


step 4

Fan-type PET fiber cooling chamber

step 5

Tumbler-type winding line

step 6

PET Fiber Extrusion Line

step 7

Tunnel drying plant

step 8

Cutting plant

step 9

Press for PET fiber packing

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Raw materials testing and quality assurance laboratory

  • Laboratory centrifuge for determination of alkali concentration
  • Shimadzu UV spectrophotometer
  • Automatic burette for determining the concentration of various chemicals
  • Electronic tetrator
  • Balance
  • Tensile strength and linear fibre density meter
  • Microscope CCD Camera

What is
polyester fibre?

Polyester fibres are a product with a high content of specific impurities, obtained from polyethylene terephthalate by moulding. Yarns are formed at different temperatures - hence the thickness of the fibres also differs. In modern textile industry polyester fibres are used in manufacturing of blended fabrics, silk, wool and linen fabrics. At the same time the products are obtained beautiful, durable, wear-resistant and have high operational properties. Production of such material as polyester is controlled at the legislative level by GOSTs 24662-94, 26095-84, 27504-87.


Polyester fibres

Polyester fibres are synthetic fibres obtained either by moulding from polyethylene terephthalate (PET) melt, the so-called primary polyester fibre; or by recycling PET waste (plastic bottles – recycling). The use of PET waste makes it possible to reduce the cost of the fibre, while maintaining the required quality.

Polyester fibres rank first among chemical fibres. The rapid growth in the manufacture and consumption of polyester fibres is due to their versatility and high physical and mechanical properties, which ensure their successful use in the manufacture of textile products, both for general consumption and for technical purposes. Polyester fibres are the cheapest synthetic fibres. Polyester fibres are successfully blended with natural fibres (cotton, linen, wool) as well as with viscose fibres.

The demand for polyester fibres is growing faster than ever, as their properties make them an alternative in many applications and they are gradually replacing other types of fibres in both textile and other industries. As a result, their share in global fibre consumption is increasing.

Main properties

  • Resistant to light weathering, solvents, micro-organisms, moths, mould and carpet beetle.
  • Low thermal conductivity and high elasticity, which makes it possible to obtain products that retain their shape well.
  • Resistance to abrasion.
  • Tensile strength of polyester fibres is higher than that of other types of chemical fibres.
  • Polyester fibres are lighter in tensile strength than natural fibres and their water absorption is much lower.
  • Resistant to organic solvents.
  • Good heat resistance – polyester fibres outperform most natural and chemical fibres in heat resistance.

Application of polyester fibres

  • The manufacture of insulating materials for garments. The best known materials are sintepon and hollofan, which have excellent thermal protection properties, are voluminous and elastic. They are used as insulating padding in jackets, coats, as well as in the manufacture of quilts and blankets.
  • Manufacture of fillers for furniture, cushions, blankets, children’s toys, etc.
  • Manufacture of sewing threads.
  • Geotextile materials used as drainage and erosion control structures in the construction of roads, railways, gas and oil pipelines as well as foundations and roofs.
  • Manufacture of fabrics used for garments under government orders, including for the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Emergencies and Disaster Relief, Ministry of Railways, etc.
  • Manufacture of specialty papers. Paper for “securities and monetary notes”.
  • Backing paper for linoleum.
  • Automotive fabrics (floors, ceilings, car upholstery, noise insulation).
  • Filter materials (for the oil, dairy and food industries).
  • Abrasives and wiping materials.
  • Hygienic products.
  • Construction materials (insulation, roofing and soundproofing materials).

Polyester fibre range

Polyester fibre can be manufactured with the following special properties:

  • Antibacterial;
  • High strength;
  • High shrinkage;
  • Microfiber;
  • Fire retardant;
  • Rapidly absorbent;
  • Colourable with cationic dyes;
  • With anti-pilling effect;
  • With polyamide fibre properties.

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