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Bruckner nominated for Environment Technology Award
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The Ministry for Environment, Climate and Energy decorates excellent environmental technologies which are contributing considerably to energy and resource efficiency and environmental protection with the Baden-Württemberg Environment Technology Award.

The performance parameters of these product developments have the potential to set the benchmark for other existing technologies. The Environment Technology Award exists in Baden-Württemberg since 2009 and it gained more and more importance. The Land government considers sustainable and resource-saving technologies as one of the most important issues in this day and age.

BRÜCKNER, the textile machinery engineering company domiciled in Leonberg near Stuttgart has been nominated for the Environment Technology Award Baden-Württemberg 2013 in the category energy efficiency.

With its energy-efficient textile finishing lines the medium-sized family-owned company supports its customers in their efforts to achieve a resource-saving and sustainable production. At the same time production costs can be reduced and the productivity can be increased. Mainly European customers can thus remain competitive and safeguard in the end jobs.

Since 1949 BRÜCKNER constructs and develops machinery and lines for the textile industry and until today the medium-sized company manufactures its machines exclusively in Germany.

The recent installation of a technology centre with testing line at the Leonberg site allows to advance developments even faster and to implement product optimizations better and easier.

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