Trützschler Card Clothing (TCC), a technological pioneer in the production of high-performance card garments for textile yarn processing, is growing its facility in Neubulach, Germany. The supplier of global textile machinery is increasing its production, warehouse, and office capacities with a €12 million investment. In the upcoming winter, there will be a groundbreaking ceremony.
In 2024, the relocation to the new structure is anticipated. While enhancing the process flows, TCC will also increase the site’s production intensity and service offerings. By hiring new employees and providing apprenticeships at the Neubulach site, Trützschler hopes to quickly fill the additional positions that are needed. More than 130 people work for TCC in Germany, and 220 more are employed by the company globally in locations in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Turkey, and the United States.
Strengthening the Site
“By expanding our business here in Neubulach, we are strengthening our presence in this area and our leading global market position too,” says Peter Gäbler the managing director. The Trützschler Group SE is also making an investment in India to create a brand-new facility with more than 100,000 square meters for its spinning, card clothing, and nonwoven business units. “It is important to be close to the customer worldwide because our foreign companies make a significant contribution to the success of the Group,” says Gäbler.
In 2021, TCC again set records for sales. The demand for the technological components used in spinning mills and in the manufacture of nonwovens to card fibers has significantly increased.
Steel sawtooth wires must be replaced on a regular basis because they eventually wear out from being used in manufacturing processes for customers all over the world. Further growth is anticipated through 2022 and beyond due to this.
For a total area of 2,800 square meters, the new building will increase the warehouse and logistics area by 600 square meters. Modern warehouse technology will double the storage capacity in the new hall’s optimized cube. Additionally, a coils warehouse that is entirely automated will exist.
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