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Kaunas Acetate Yarn Factory
Lithuania

Manufacture of acetate yarn in Lithuania was started more than 40 years ago. UAB "Korelita" continues and developes Lithuanian acetate yarn manufacture traditions. Trademark is well known in European and global markets.

UAB "Korelita" is a full member to The International Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Committee (CIRFS).

Today  UAB "Korelita" means world-wide recognised high quality of acetate yarns, a team of professionals, advanced technical solutions, knowledge, experience and ability to meet customer requirements.

The capacity of UAB "Korelita" is 8000 tons per year.

The majority of our products are exported to main European markets: Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal. Other markets include Korea, Chile, Egypt, Turkey, Chile, Mexico, Brazil, etc.

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