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Groz-Beckert launches its development centre in Albstadt
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Groz-Beckert, one of the key system suppliers of precision component in the field of textile and beyond, has officially launched its Technology and Development Centre (TEZ) in Albstadt.

With an aim to create new impetus for research and development, for increasing systematic thinking, for innovation and for synergies, TEZ has been launched.

As per the company, TEZ will be involved in closely with machine manufacturers, users and partners to help shape the textile industry in a better manner; as also provide training and further education.

Groz-Beckert developed the idea of establishing an all-inclusive platform for innovation, several years back. While the planning phase commenced in spring 2005, it is the largest construction project till date in the history of the company.

While the total area covered by TEZ accounts to 25,000 square metres, the floor space covers an area of 5,000 square metres. But 14,000 of 25,000 square metres is usable space.

Training will be made available to both employees and consumers in practically every Groz-Beckert core competence in the textile value-added chain. More over, TEZ will also help the firm raise transparency and enhance communications.

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