One day Mickael, the man at the origin of the project, went to his bosses Denis and Gregory, the bosses of UTT (Kesa’s mother company), and told them: “Good news, I’m going to be a father .for the second time!
Second good news, it gives me lots of ideas for the future of UTT: recycling, organic! Are you following me?”
Kesa was originally an ambition: working on eco-responsible processes contributing to to the emergence of new solutions for the textile industry. This is now a reality.
Kesa is made up of men and women: engineers, businessmen, project managers, sales representatives, convinced that textile production must be thought differently, that it is necessary to initiate change through an industrial response
Denis and Gregory didn’t hesitate for long. And UTT teams have been working for two years to develop processes to manufacture recycled and organic yarns now leading KESA to offer eco responsible yarns to the knitting and weaving industries as well as brands.
Mickael and his teams will continue working hard to continuously improve the quality of their eco-responsible, robust and cost-effective yarns.