Crealetter No. 15 Jun 2017


Welcome to the fifteenth issue of the Crealetter, our regular update with information and resources for professionals in the weaving and high-tech industries.

Today, we are pleased to announce our succession strategy at CREALET. Made possible by the successful succession of our enterprise is the expansion in new areas of business as a development partner, focusing on automatization of production processes in the textile industry.
Further you can read our review of the Techtextil 2017 in Frankfurt or contact us if you need to exchange ware parts or outdated equipment components.

With the very best regards,
Walter Wirz, CEO CREALET AG

PS: We always appreciate your ideas and comments regarding our update, so please do send your input to moc.t1505834221elaer1505834221c@ofn1505834221i1505834221


 

Announcing the CREALET Succession Strategy

On 1 May 2017, our company founder Leo Kuster took the step into partial retirement. He will continue to be the company’s vice president and consultant. He will pass on his future-oriented thinking and know-how to his successor and son Mario Kuster. At the same time Andreas Wirz is introduced into the operational management and is planned for the succession of Walter Wirz.

Read more about the Succession Strategy >>


 

Good Atmosphere at Techtextil 2017 in Frankfurt

The atmosphere at Techtextil 2017, the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens, was exceptionally good. IQ-SPS GmbH (Germany) and CREALET AG (Switzerland) used the opportunity to highlight synergies in terms of products, services and market position.

Read more in our Techtextil Review >>


 

Production Processes in the Textile Industry

Since the founding of our company in 2003, we have consistently followed the path of high-quality electronic warp let-off systems for the weaving and warp knitting machines. We now shore up our position in new areas of business as a development partner to our customers focusing on automatization of production processes in the textile industry.

More about Production Processes >>


 

Exchange of Wear Parts or Outdated Equipment Components while maintaining Original Equipment Functionality

If production has ceased for components of electronic warp let-off devices, the effect can be that a complete sub-assembly, a complex module or even an entire system will have to be  substituted.

In case the documentation is missing, if it is out of date, or when the manufacturer has stopped production, we analyze the last surviving part. Reverse engineering is then applied to redevelop equivalent components or systems which offer an equal functionality.

Contact us for more information >>


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