Sateri celebrates its 15th anniversary this year and in just a decade and a half, the business founded by visionary, Mr. Sukanto Tanoto, is set to become the world’s biggest viscose staple fiber producer by 2020. In this article, we take a closer look at the global cellulose fiber market and find out how Sateri became an industry leader.
VSF – a crucial part of the global textiles industry
Viscose staple fiber is an essential component in the production of textiles, tissues, and sanitary products – in fact, it’s hard to go through a single day without using something that was made using VSF. As one of the leading suppliers of this crucial product, Sateri occupies an important position in the international textile industry.
Quality and competitiveness
With a focus on quality standards and efficient manufacturing, Sateri has made its presence felt in an industry that was once dominated by older competitors. The company’s high-quality VSF has attracted customers from every continent, creating another success story for the RGE group of companies founded by Sukanto Tanoto.
Mr. Tanoto’s 4Cs – a winning business philosophy
Going beyond profits and giving back to communities and the natural environment have always been part of Mr. Sukanto Tanoto’s business approach.
Sateri’s success can be measured financially as well as environmentally, and the company’s commitment to sustainable forestry and the preservation of natural habitats is proof that Mr. Tanoto’s 4 Cs – climate, country, community, and company – are an excellent recipe for success.