A small introduction

About Us

Moroccowool is the most recognised textile fibre brand in north of africa, and a reliable supplier in Europe.

Since we have been in the field for more than a hundred years, We are proud to announce that our wool products are produced with the best quality in the market! Merging old methods with innovative modern technologies we only provide the best for the best!

4th GENERATION

In the field!

5 000

Tons Per Year

4 Big Factories

collecting wool for you

Over 100 Years

of experience

Our Story

what do we do

The Moroccowool brand represents a commitment between wool growers, brands and consumers on the authenticity and quality of the fibre that connects us.

Our Brand has been improving its density for ages and through many generations, Therefore providing high quality wool that exceeds our clients expectations is only one of many goals in our Business Model.

Our Belief

Our philosophy

Moroccowool is where we believe that Wool should be so much more than just a Substance to produce wool goods. We believe that wool is an ancient language that can create communication bridges between all people.

Therefore we make sure that our wool delivers the exact messages that it did thousands of years ago, such as piece, purity, nature, protection and innocence.

Did you Know ?

About Wool

Wool is produced by follicles which are small cells located in the skin. These follicles are located in the upper layer of the skin called the epidermis and push down into the second skin layer called the dermis as the wool fibers grow. Follicles can be classed as either primary or secondary follicles.

How do we get wool?

Shearing Wool

Sheep shearing is the process by which the woolen fleece of a sheep is cut off. After shearing, the wool is separated into four main categories: fleece (which makes up the vast bulk), broken, bellies, and locks. The quality of fleeces is determined by a technique known as wool classing, whereby a qualified person, called a wool classer, groups wools of similar grading together to maximize the return for the farmer or sheep owner. In Australia before being auctioned, all Merino fleece wool is objectively measured for micron, yield (including the amount of vegetable matter), staple length, staple strength, and sometimes color and comfort factor.

How do we make wool usable?

Scouring Wool

Wool straight off a sheep, known as “greasy wool” or “wool in the grease”, contains a high level of valuable lanolin, as well as the sheep’s dead skin and sweat residue, and generally also contains pesticides and vegetable matter from the animal’s environment. Before the wool can be used for commercial purposes, it must be scoured, a process of cleaning the greasy wool.

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