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SUESSEN with new Managing Director
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Mar '11
Mr. Harald Szczepanek was appointed Joint Managing Director by the Board of Directors of Spindelfabrik Suessen GmbH, effective December 1st, 2010.

He succeeds Mr. Erich Casanova, who left SUESSEN after eight very successful years and reaching his retirement age.

With Mr. Harald Szczepanek we were able to engage a very experienced expert in the field of textile machinery.

Harald Szczepanek completed his studies of mechanical engineering at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich (Dipl. Ing.). At the beginning of his career he was employed by a number of companies as head of production and development. Subsequently, Harald Szczepanek was Managing Director of an important subsidiary for several years. In addition, he has been able to prove very successfully his substantial expert knowledge and experience in numerous projects at home and abroad.

SUESSEN is the acknowledged Leader in Open-End and Compact Spinning Technology. The well-known Open-End SpinBoxes SE 7, SE 8, SE 9 and SE 10 were developed and manufactured by SUESSEN. The latest SpinBox generations, SC and SQ series, have been successfully retrofitted to almost 700 OE rotor spinning machines already. In total, SUESSEN has manufactured close to 3,000,000 SpinBoxes.

SUESSEN's EliTe Compact Spinning System, introduced at ITMA 1999, and since sold for over 4,500,000 spindles, has already established itself as the most versatile compact ring spinning system. Existing ring spinning machines of various makes can be upgraded to compact spinning, using SUESSEN EliTe CompactSet.

The company was founded in 1920 in Süssen, Germany. Since then, a small engineering workshop has grown into a renowned enterprise operating in all parts of the world.

Süssen remains the location of the company headquarters and the town can be found in the attractive hilly landscape of the so-called "Schwäbische Alb". This is at the perphery of the important industrial region of Stuttgart and combines both great recreation facilities with a solid economic infrastructure.

Spindelfabrik Suessen GmbH

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