The way into the future – Truetzschler’s new Customer and Technology Centre for nonwovens

Truetzschler was opening on May 13, 2019 its new customer and technology center for nonwovens in Egelsbach (near Frankfurt /Main) to push the technological innovations of nonwoven products as well as the related manufacturing processes

The family-owned company was established in 1888 and is one of the world wide leading manufacturers of textile machinery today. The key factors for the success of Truetzschler Group are sustainable technological innovation, the quality of its machines and its strong customer orientation. Thus, the investment in the new nonwovens customer and technology center is the logical consequence to further develop the solid status of today to technology and quality leadership in this segment.

The technology centre presents two complete production lines: an inline carding line with thermobonding and spunlacing equipment and a spunlace-crosslapper line in an industrial working width. Both lines feature a wide range of possible variations and options to realise innovative end products.

By opening their new customer and technology center, Truetzschler invite all customers to jointly design the “way into the future”.

The big moment ceremony – starting the line: from the Truetzschler family: Dr. Michael Schuerenkraemer and Heinrich Truetzschler (pictured on the left and the right side), and from Truetzschler Nonwovens & Man-Made Fibers GmbH: Bodo Heetderks (Director Technology; pictured second left), Dr. Georg Reinhold (Managing Director CEO; pictured in the middle) and Marc Wolpers (Managing Director Sales, pictured second right)

With about 3000 employees, Truetzschler is one of the world’s leading textile machinery manufacturer. Truetzschler specializes in machines, installations and accessories for spinning preparation, the nonwovens and man-made fibre industry. The headquarters of the company, which was established in 1988, is located in Moenchengladbach, Germany. The subsidiaries Truetzschler Nonwovens and Man-Made Fiber GmbH with two production sites, and Truetzschler Card Clothing GmbH, are also located in Germany. Sites in India, China, Brazil, USA and Switzerland, as well as a number of service centers, provide customer proximity in the important textile processing areas.

The production programme of Truetzschler Nonwovens includes complete lines for the production of nonwovens from bale opening, web forming and bonding to finishing and winding. In addition, Truetzschler offers its customers other services as repair works and supply of spare parts as well as advisory expertise for machinery and process optimisation / improvements.

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