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Patent Portfolio:

Fibroline protected its technologies with a large range of patents. This portfolio guaranties Fibroline and all its customers a reliable worldwide protection. Fibroline is constantly improving this intellectual property protection, on the process side as well as with product patents.

Fibroline is willing to share the benefits of its technologies with its partners in the frame of Win-Win license agreements

How to cooperate with Fibroline?

Fibroline technologies lead to improvements in the manufacture of existing products, as well as to the creation of new products.

Fibroline is ready to customize the process according to its partners’ requirements (economic, physical, process, etc). To do so, the company works according the following lines:

  • Fibroline strong belief is: "The better we understand each other, the better the results of our work". Thus, the first step in our relationship with a customer is the signature of a confidentiality agreement, so that each of us can feel confident, and free to talk.

  • When technical and economical requirements are clearly understood, Fibroline innovation team determines the process parameters adapted to customer’s product using its laboratory facilities.

  • When lab samples are technically satisfying, Fibroline organizes an industrial scale validation in presence of its industrial partners.

  • Once the technical and economical advantages are clearly identified, both partners define the best business model, and the best type of commercial agreement to share the benefits of the process.

Licensing out:

Fibroline™ owns a large number of patents on its technologies as well as associated know-how, which are the result of an important R&D program carried out since the creation of the company, leading to an investment of more than €15 million.

Fibroline™ is not an equipment manufacturer but is selling the use of its technologies and know-how in the frame of license or joint venture agreements.

Fibroline™ brings to its customers an identified competitive advantage, guaranteed by the patent protection, and possibly, based on the customers’ choices, by an exclusive right on the patents for a particular application.