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amplus AG

A plus for the internet

The world wide web has continued its ascent in popularity and is considered a must in all spheres of life. It allows businesses to attract custom and new ventures to source financing. Research calls on the input of thousands of online participants. More, accessible information calls for faster and stronger internet connections, and amplus AG is up to that challenge. Nothing less than the cutting edge is good enough for the tech company.

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Textile Industry & Fashion

Textilkontor Walter Seidensticker GmbH & Co. KG

More than just a shirt

When a brand becomes a synonym for a certain product, it is without doubt a clear sign of success. A German family company has long gained this success: Seidensticker is synonymous with finest quality shirts. At the same time it is more than just a brand. Textilkontor Walter Seidensticker GmbH & Co. KG, located in Bielefeld since its foundation, sticks to its philosophy to think global, to act local and to always keep the customer in mind. more...


Norafin Industries (Germany) GmbH

Functional fabrics for niche markets

The Muppet Sam the American Eagle once pointed out that people, underneath their clothing, are completely naked. Clothing is a must in many cultures, but its purpose is not always general protection from the elements. Special protective clothing is necessary in numerous industries, and Norafin Industries (Germany) GmbH serves this niche. Based in Mildenau, Germany, the technical textile manufacturer specialises in nonwoven and composite fabrics for a variety of needs well beyond protecting people. more...


KiK textil a Non Food spol. s r.o.

The clever way to buy clothes

High-quality clothing at a low price is the basic concept for a business model that has led to one of the greatest retailer success stories in Germany. KiK Textilien und Non-Food GmbH is the pioneer in the area of discount clothing, having more than 3,200 branches in Europe. 241 of them are located in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and are managed by KiK textil a Non Food spol. s r.o. based in Prague. Within a few years, the company has launched the discount clothing concept successfully in the two countries. more...


Seride Srl

Stay on trend with printed fabrics

Printed fabrics have been all over the catwalks for the last few seasons, and their influence can be seen in the new spring collections on the high street. Alphabet prints as seen in Mary Katrantzou’s ‘typewriter dress’ are set to be the top trend being worked by fashionistas in the know. As this latest trend filters down from the catwalk to the high street, Italian-based Seride Srl is one of the companies supplying the clothing industry with beautiful, high-quality printed fabrics for the latest must-have pieces. more...


LÉO GUY

Elegance meets knitwear

Paris is synonymous with fashion, as it has been for centuries. What appears on its runways is haute couture, and it is every model’s dream to one day walk the Parisian catwalk. High fashion is not the only clothing to come from the French capital, however. Prêt-à-porter clothing is in much higher demand, and one name in this sector is LÉO GUY. The knitwear specialist creates women’s fashion from its head office in Paris. more...


Nuova Tecnofibra srl

The best of both worlds

A family business founded in 1971, Nuova Tecnofibra srl is located in Carbonate near Como in Italy and unites the best of both worlds of non woven textiles: its extensive experience in the development and production of wadding and needle punch felts, and the flexibility of a dynamic private enterprise. Certification according to Oeko-tex 100 confirms the high level of manufacturing quality and responsibility. Nuova Tecnofibra srl is a company clients can rely on. more...


Theodolf Fritsche GmbH & Co.

Fibres for protection

There has been a considerable change in the nature of fibres produced for the world market. In the past 20 years, the march of high-tech fibres has continued, and this segment within the textile industry has experienced continuous growth. High-tech fabrics can be found in the automotive, furniture and medical industries, amongst others. Moreover, technical fibres are equally applied in sensitive environments where protection even under extreme conditions has top priority. In the past six decades, one name in particular has stood out when it comes to protective and speciality fabrics for different applications. Theodolf Fritsche GmbH & Co. from the well-known textile region in Upper Franconia has become a market leader in the production of high-tech fabrics for protective clothing. more...


SPERIAN PROTECTION CLOTHING

Well dressed for risky jobs

As a partner of professionals working in environments as demanding as nuclear plants, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, or biological research labs, SPERIAN PROTECTION CLOTHING (SPC) provides tailor-made solutions to suit the job. Designed in close cooperation with the customers, protection clothing by SPC combines safety with ultimate comfort and ergonomics. more...


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