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    Cousin Biotech is the heir of a long tradition started in the North of France in 1848 by Louis Cousin.
    At the time, in the Lys valley, where the company started, the main activity is the retting of flax, a treatment to isolate the fibres in the plant stems for the textile industry.

    The company is soon specialised in the braiding of linen and cotton. It then joins forces with the Ferrand family and becomes the company Cousin-Ferrand.

    The wish to be quirky
    From its origin, and to find its place in a textile sector in Northern France with many players, the family company had to stand out. That ability of always finding the right product for a specific and atypical market has become the trademark of the group, its DNA.
    From braided threads for saddles, trestles and seams of hansom cab's covers, to textile ligament prostheses, via shoe laces, marine, industrial and leisure ropes, Cousin managed to innovate to grow at each phase of its history.

    Find solutions that valorise unique know-how
    For example, the company was the first in Europe to start manufacturing sewing thread based on continued polyamide (nylon) destined for the shoe industry and luxury leatherwork. No more need for spinning. The technique was revolutionary at the time.


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