Benninger brings finishing know-how to Techtextil
"Our approach is fully focused on our customers' textile applications. With innovative and reliable products, as well as comprehensive knowledge in textile processing technology, we offer tailor-made process solutions that are always based on the close cooperation with - and confirmation from - our customers, creating sustainable added value" says Gerhard Huber, CEO of Benninger.
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For over 150 years, Benninger AG has been a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of high-tech machines and systems for textile finishing and the production of tyre cord, which the company offers as complete system solutions. Benninger comprises three business divisions - Textile Finishing, Tyre Cord and Automation. “Our passion for textiles is primarily expressed in the Textile Finishing division. Our mission is to produce "customised textile solutions", which we consider our daily task”, Huber adds.
Benninger takes responsibility for sustainability as part o f resource management; this may be in the form of investment in the development of high-quality products and ecologically worthwhile processes that also preserves resources. With the recycling of drain water and waste heat, and the conservation of water, energy, chemicals and other valuable raw materials, Benninger is committed to creating environmentally benign solutions, accepting its responsibility towards customers, consumers and staff. By securing the rights to KASAG's lye recovery systems, they have rounded off their product portfolio with respect to resource management.
Huber is looking forward to an interesting dialogue at Techtextil: “It is our objective to increase our customers' success. This gives us the motivation to continuously optimise and supplement our range of products, relying on strong innovation and extensive specialist expertise based on many completed projects in the field of technical textile processing”.