Gelatex Technologies is an Estonian materials company that has revolutionized nanofibers production.
Our mission is simple,
to enable innovation through nanofibers.
We aim to be the catalyst to facilitate the use of nanofibers in many industrial sectors including clean food, medical applications, and sustainable materials.
Create a meaningful impact
We believe that even the smallest of things like nanofibers, when compounded over time, can have a meaningful impact and improve the life of billions of people.
All our team understands that with our daily actions, we affect our environment and people around us. Therefore, we strive to always have a positive impact leading to the success of our customers and the realization of our mission.
Collaboration takes us further
We believe that to create effective state-of-the-art solutions, we need to be open to collaborating and learning from each other.
The best results are achieved by forming cross-sectorial teams and leveraging diverse expertise to innovate.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” We choose to go far!
Create the future by starting today
We believe that science gives us the power to create the future as we envision it. It is essential to be endlessly curious, open-minded, and experiment fearlessly.
Even the biggest things start with small steps. Every day is a new opportunity to get closer to changing the world.
We are a multinational team of enthusiastic, solution-driven individuals with diverse backgrounds and expertise in several areas such as Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Marketing, Administration, Sales, and Business Development, to name a few.
We are constantly expanding, so keep an eye out for updates!
Gelatex is born
Our founders participate in the Climate Launchpad competition and win with the idea of producing leather-like textiles by using gelatin nanofibers and other materials.
Gelatex Technologies OÜ is registered as a company in Tallinn, Estonia.