Linen from China – more and more complicated

One of the major raw materials used for the creation of our yarns is becoming increasingly difficult to find: linen.
90% of flax is imported from China, the leading country for the production and sale of this product.
The major supply difficulties are mostly linked to the uncontrolled increase in the price of yarn, but also, for example, to the exponential increase in the costs of shipping containers departing from China.

Such a situation can only lead to serious future complications, starting from the creation of new contracts, up to the realization of the same finished garment.