Natural fibres. We should use the past as a springboard, not a sofa.

Harold Macmillan (1894-1986)
British politician

We propose a transformative change.

The adoption of a technology based on responsible production represents an evolution that reduces the waste of resources.

The challenges we face are the reduction of environmental impacts, technological innovation and the sustainability of our processes.

Our philosophy is based on a balance between these fundamental features:

Respect for the planet is essential for our future.

Responsible production contributes to greater efficiency. Economic performance is achieved through responsible production.

The search for new processes is the constant driver of the industry.

The future of production is about rethinking, reusing and converting.

People are the fundamental essential piece in all our projects.

We valuate and take advantage

At SEIC we are motivated by the valuation of resources and materials that others consider useless.

Bringing to fruition projects that optimise resources, that do not harm the environment, and of which we can feel proud, is what gives us satisfaction.

We always think about global improvement and the sustainable evolution of processes.

We transform and reconnect with nature

We base the development of technology, the generation of new uses for natural materials –such as paper or cellulose– on sustainable transformation. Both during the process of creation and in the subsequent start-up and use, we always have the premise of minimising emissions and discharges. Because we believe that we cannot transform anything if it means worsening the environment.

We believe in trust

Our clients’ projects are tailor-made. Each solution is unique and we work with discretion and confidentiality.

We consider each project as our own, thinking of achieving the full satisfaction of our client and our team.


Our team is made up of professionals from various specialities in order to provide global solutions studied from all angles:

– Engineering
– Processes
– Mechanics
– Electronics and control
– Biology
– Financial