Why work with wool?
100% natural, renewable and biodegradable
No other fibre, natural or man-made, can match all of wool’s naturally inherent benefits.
Less energy and water than other fibres
Wool uses 18% less energy than polyester and nearly 70% less water than cotton to produce 100 sweaters.
No microplastics, unlike synthetics
Wool is 100% biodegradable so does not contribute to microplastic pollution in our oceans or on our land.
The most reused and recycled fibre in the world
Natural, renewable and biodegradable, wool is the most reused and recyclable fibre on the planet of the major apparel fibres.
We remain at the forefront of developing and commercialising new manufacturing technologies for wool to create new product opportunities.
We provide on-demand support and training for your business across, sourcing, product development, technical support, industry research, retail training and marketing support.
How to work with wool
Choose wool, for a fibre you and your partners can trust.
We can connect you with Woolmark licensees and leading manufacturers to find the best wool fabrics and yarns suited to your needs. With connections across the entire supply chain and knowledge of your region, we can provide on-demand support for your business.
We work closely with manufacturers involved at all stages of the wool manufacturing pipeline, developing new processes and creating new product opportunities which are both innovative and aimed at adding value to create new commercial opportunities.
Our digital learning portal facilitates learning for anyone in the global textile industry – from fashion, textile and science students to designers, brands and retailers, and manufacturers of yarn, textiles and garments. Upskill today with these expert-led training modules.
Product and process development
A fibre of infinite potential to shape a positive future.
We drive uptake in new wool applications to promote reduced-impact end garments, offering brands and their customers an innovative edge.
We work with early-stage processors through to end garment makers to drive adoption of cleaner wool processes and technologies.