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Trützschler continues strategic orientation of BCF unit
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Apr '13
Long-term quality assurance and availability of BCF spinning systems are the purpose of a close development cooperation between Trützschler Switzerland AG and Gebr. Bräm AG, Dietikon, Switzerland.

The technologically superior BCF texturing nozzle from Trützschler Switzerland is the core of efficient spinning systems for carpet yarns. Resuming this decade-old partnership with Gebr. Bräm AG provides an opportunity for targeted advancement and innovations, to extend the technological lead in this sector even further. Superior yarn quality and minimum use of resources allow BCF customers of Trützschler Switzerland to stand out from the other competitors.

In 2012, the supply situation in the area of spare parts for SwissTex BCF systems was such that it posed a threat to the market. For this reason a group of experienced SwissTex experts from development, production, purchasing and sales formed TEXTURIS AG in April 2012. The objective was to maintain the production capability of BCF systems and to ensure the availability of spare parts in the future. Gebr. Bräm AG was in charge of the foundation of TEXTURIS AG.

Meanwhile the shareholders of TEXTURIS AG have decided to cease the business operation of TEXTURIS AG and to continue the activities under the name and umbrella of Trützschler Switzerland AG again. Thus, all activities in the spare parts area will be performed by Trützschler Switzerland AG again, effective immediately; processing of current orders will still be handled by TEXTURIS AG.

As of April 15th 2013, the parts sector of Trützschler Switzerland AG will be managed again by Martin Kümin of former SwissTex and later TEXTURIS AG. This will ensure a seamless customer support.

About Trützschler:

The TRÜTZSCHLER Group, founded in 1888, has approx. 2,700 employees worldwide and is family-owned. With nine production sites in Germany, USA, Brazil, India, China, and Switzerland, TRÜTZSCHLER is the world market leader in the product areas of spinning, nonwovens, man-made fibers and card clothing.

About Gebr. Bräm AG:

Founded in 1965, the company has progressed from being a mechanical workshop to being a partner of high-tech businesses over the years. Today, the company is run by the second generation and, with its roughly 40 employees, is one of Switzerland's leading contract manufacturers for apparatus and mechanical engineering, as well as for precision components, instruments and modular productions, for new technologies and ultra-hard materials.

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