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Trützschler Restructures Into Three Units

Trützschler GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, has reorganized into three groups -Trützschler Spinning, Trützschler Nonwovens and Trützschler Card Clothing - to better serve its customers. Its management team consists of Managing Partners Heinrich Trützschler and Dr. Michael Schürenkrämer, and Managing Directors Dr. Dirk Burger, CEO, and Andreas Ebenhöh.

Trützschler Spinning, based in Mönchengladbach, Germany, includes an operation at American Truetzschler Inc., Charlotte; Trumac, India; Truinco, Brazil; and TTMS, China. The division offers fiber preparation equipment including blow room and carding machinery, draw frames, and combing machinery.

Trützschler Nonwovens, led by Marc Wolpers, comprises Fleissner GmbH, Egelsbach, Germany, led by Managing Directors Hans-Georg Buckel and Dr. Dieter Zenker; and Erko Trützschler GmbH, Dülmen, Germany, led by Managing Director Erwin Kock and Director Stefan Flöth; and an operation at American Truetzschler. The division offers complete systems and solutions for nonwovens production; and a product range including staple fiber preparation and web formation machinery, crosslappers and web drafters, and polyester staple fiber production machinery and equipment.

Trützschler Card Clothing, Neubulach, Germany, also uses plants in Brazil and India. The division manufactures a complete range of card and roller card clothings; as well as metallic wires for openers or opening rollers for open-end spinning machinery.

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