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Ploucquet takes over the lining division of Christian Dierig
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Jun '11
Ploucquet GmbH will be taking over the lining division of Christian Dierig GmbH, Augsburg. Dierig, once the largest textile manufacturer on the entire European continent, has been supplying textile products since 1805. It was Ploucquet's largest competitor in the production of lining materials on the German market.

Ploucquet itself has been an expert producer for textile solutions in the field of linings, trouser-shell fabrics and trouser waistbands as well as other technical applications since 1806.

As the market leader in Germany, the takeover of Dierig's lining division will further strengthen Ploucquet's position. Ploucquet's extended client base will continue to be served with the same proven quality of its high-performance “Made in Germany” textile finishing.

Ploucquet is Germany's strongest partner and offers security in the supply chain.

The employees of Dierig's lining division will be acquired by Ploucquet and will be transferred to the headquarter in Unterföhring/Munich.

The takeover will be completed in close and amicable collaboration between both companies.

The Christian Dierig GmbH, a former spinning and weaving mill, creates and distributes a variety of textile products for many uses.

The Christian Dierig GmbH combines experience in textiles and an important number of international customers and supplies the international fashion industry.

Ploucquet GmbH is a unit of Sympatex Holding GmbH.

A product is only ever as good as the ideas and knowledge that are behind it. Since 1806, Ploucquet has been a reliable source of inspiration and textile expertise. As one of the leading european providers of innovative, environmentally friendly textile processing technology, we set standards for the products of tomorrow. We shape the future of textiles in a pioneering way using comprehensive customer-oriented solutions.

Ploucquet GmbH

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