Sateri is a global leading maker of viscose fibre with annual capacity of 550,000 tons. It plans to become the world’s biggest producer, with capacity of up to 3 million tons by 2025. Sateri’s viscose fibre is a natural, sustainable and biodegradable material that is the key ingredient in clothing, home textiles and personal hygiene products such as baby wipes and beauty masks. In May 2016, Sateri expanded its horizons by buying a viscose yarn spinning mill in Nanjing, China.

Sateri’s three plants in the Chinese provinces of Jiangxi and Fujian are among the most advanced in the world, with modern technology and comprehensive environmental systems to maximise quality and efficiency while minimising emissions to far below government standards. Its corporate office in Shanghai runs a sales, marketing and customer service network covering Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Sateri is dedicated to achieving a global supply chain of sustainable wood pulp. It was one of the pioneers in China to sign the First Manifesto on Establishing Green Enterprises. All of Sateri’s mills have Chain of Custody certification from the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and all are certified under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

Sateri also has Swiss-based Oeko-Tex certification, which confirms its fibre products are free from harmful substances and comply with European Union regulations. 

Sateri supports the communities where it operates by donating thousands of library books, helping with disaster relief, supporting cultural activities and conducting environmental awareness training.

Sateri’s viscose staple fiber is a natural raw-material and key ingredient to everyday items like textiles

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Sukanto Tanoto is a visionary entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the Founder and Chairman of Royal Golden Eagle (RGE), which manages a global group of companies in resources manufacturing. Tanoto is also the co-founder of Tanoto Foundation, a philanthropy that aims to improve lives by alleviating poverty.