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ALUCOLOR Textilmaschinen in new hands
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Jul '09
Effective June 1, 2009 the newly founded ALUCOLOR Textilmaschinen GmbH has taken over the production programme of ALUCOLOR Hauff-Technik GmbH & Co. KG, which is part of INDUS AG. The production site at Hürth for sectional warp beams will be carried on by the new company.

This means continuity in service and spare parts supply for the customers of ALUCOLOR products. Contrary to the original planning to cease production in Hürth, a part of the jobs will be preserved now. The company's domicile has been transferred to Wermelskirchen. As before, production will be made at Hürth.

The business concept of the newly founded company enables to maintain the link with the tradition of the ALUCOLOR brand and its products and to continue development and marketing with success. Beside production and sale of sectional warp beams their retouch and maintenance is the second pillar of the new enterprise.

The concept has been developed by Reinhold Ziewers, Managing Director of the former ALUCOLOR together with Dr. Peter Stockmann and Walter vom Stein. Dr Stockmann and vom Stein now form the executive board of ALUCOLOR Textilmaschinen GmbH. Both of them have broad management experience in the sector of textile machinery engineering and accessories and hold identical shares of the new company.

At Techtextil 2009 in June in Frankfurt the new company presented itself for the first time to the trade visitors. Handing over ALUCOLOR to new, younger hands has been followed with interest by many professionals. The step made to carry on the traditional brand ALUCOLOR with new ideas has been widely appreciated by customers and partners.

For more than 50 years the name of ALUCOLOR represents sectional warp beams of highest quality and product safety. During this long period the ALUCOLOR warp beams have been refined to a high-tech product. The sectional warp beams are also proved world-wide for handling polyamide, monofilaments and e.g. elastane, even at maximum duty.

ALUCOLOR Textilmaschinen GmbH


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