L-to-R: Tilo Peters, Dennis Adamiak, Jonas Schmitz, Kilian Feikes, Tim Latajka, Nilson Welters, Maximilian Haase, Berkant Ayaz, Marcel Said Parnak, Mousa Rajabi, Ramon Serrano Friedrichs, Jonas Heinze, Niklas Willems, (Source: Trützschler)
75 years ago, the manufacturer of textile machinery Trützschler GmbH opened its headquarters in Mönchengladbach/Germany. The companies’ main customers include spinning mills from all over the world who use Trützschler technologies in a wide range of different applications. Trützschler supports its customers with recycling textiles and producing sustainable yarns from production waste or old textiles. The company also provides its customers with advantages when it comes to digitalization, which plays a central role in global markets. Examples include intelligent and self-optimizing machines, as well as digital platforms for optimizing processes and saving resources. The Mönchengladbach headquarters are the center of all Trützschler activities. Over 800 of the company’s 3,000 employees work at this site. The development, production, sales, administration, and service activities are anchored here. The team at headquarters also coordinates other locations worldwide, including sites in Switzerland, the USA, Brazil, India and China. Global sales activities are steered from Mönchengladbach, too. The company also has a long tradition of training young people.
»Trützschler has existed for 135 years, 75 of them in Mönchengladbach. We have already successfully accompanied more than 1,000 young people on their training journey at this site.«
Christoph Poos, Head of HR, Trützschler Group.
For many years, Trützschler has been sponsoring students as part of the “Deutschlandstipendium” initiative. Accompanied by a supervisor, young people get to know the company and its products during the sponsorship year. Tobias Hölters and Jan Herzog received this scholarship in the field of electrical engineering with a focus on automation technology and have been part of the Trützschler family since completing their studies. In addition to the financial and individual professional support, the networking opportunities within the company and the shared practical tips about starting a career are also important.