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Technocell Vlies deepens its commitment to the market and to its customers

Friday, January 08, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

‘Living Nonwovens’ is the new brand promise, which Technocell Vlies – one of the Osnabrück-based Felix Schoeller Group’s business units – will be featuring at this year’s Heimtextil show. Technocell Vlies is going to Heimtextil 2016 with the intention of expanding this promise to the market and its customers to cover a broader spectrum of content.

One of the key issues is production reliability. It is actually already guaranteed by the Felix Schoeller Group’s extensive capacities, but will be increased still further when the new paper machine at the company’s Russian mill in Penza has been built. PM6 – which will produce decor and nonwoven papers – is scheduled to be commissioned sometime in 2017.

For Georg Haggenmüller, Executive Vice President of Technocell Vlies, the close collaboration and communication with the Felix Schoeller Group’s fields of competence has always been extremely important, especially because of the synergies that are created: “By bringing the R&D and technology departments on board, we can guarantee our customers comprehensive quality management and an ongoing process of improvement. We can also proactively offer our customers development partnerships.”

Asked what products will be on show at Heimtextil, Haggenmüller replies: “Our main concern is to give customers the opportunity to experience at first hand our huge range of products and their diverse possible applications.” The nonwoven lining papers, which are known on the market under the LinerTech®label, will be one of the main features this year. Haggenmüller explained how, by continually driving forward the development of these nonwoven lining papers, it is now possible to meet the very highest customer specifications. As well as products in the LinerTech®series, others such as the MetaTech®series will also be on the stand, along with information about their possible applications. “And, in 2016, our colleagues from the Felix Schoeller Digital Media Business Unit will also be on the stand to showcase the nonwovens that are becoming increasingly important for digital wallpaper printing and are sold as INSPIRE wallpaper,” says Haggenmüller, painting a more detailed picture of the company’s plans for the show. “Despite an increasingly tough market environment, we intend to stand by this market and stick to our goals. We believe we are in good shape to meet any future demands. Ultimately, our investment in the new paper machine in Russia underlines that.”

 

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