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WEKO Print E-mail

Weko Website


WEKO has been active in its today’s business areas for more than 60 years. Privately owned and situated in the surroundings of Stuttgart, the stronghold of fuss-pots and thinkers, they have closely worked together with various renowned partners right from the beginning. their more than 140 highly-qualified employees worldwide guarantee the quality of WEKO technology for a variety of industries including printing, nonwoven, tissue and chip board, plastic film production, paper and textile finishing, corrugated board and abrasive production.

Schott & Meissner Print E-mail

Schott & Meissner Website


Schott & Meissner is a German engineering since 1986.

With pride and an awareness of their responsibility, they can say that SCHOTT & MEISSNER is the global leader in manufacturing heat treatment and nonwoven bonding production lines. their know-how, innovative strength and “German engineering” is in demand and prized on all continents.

Burckhardt Print E-mail

Burckhardt Website

Burckhardt of Switzerland AG was founded in Basel in 1941, its core business being combs for the textile industry.

Over the years, the range of pinned parts continuously increased and was complemented with drilled parts. Within the last few years, they have also added the production of Perforating machinery to their assortment.

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Andritz nonwowen logoFrance Andritz Website

Andritz nonwoven (Asselin-Thibeau) supplies turnkey nonwoven lines for spunlacing, needlepunching and thermobonding. They are equipped with a supervisory control assistance system, which includes production recipes, maintenance and assistance to line management.

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Laroche logoFrance Laroche Website

, world leader in equipment for processing fibers, in technologies for recycling and nonwovens, was established in 1926 and designed the first pulling machine allowing the regeneration of textile wastes.

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