09/08/2017 – Gunold - Texprocess 2017 — auf Deutsch lesen
The best Texprocess ever!
International atmosphere, many new customers. Gunold GmbH is very enthusiastic about the outcome of this year's trade fair participation at Texprocess 2017
„More visitors, more new customers and international visitors on our stand than ever before! This year's 4th Texprocess has been by far the most successful for us,” Marketing Manager Stephan Gunold comments very pleased with the success of the exhibition in Frankfurt.
The current boom in the embroidery sector has contributed to the high interest of the trade visitors in embroidery materials and their perfect workmanship, yet visitors to the show were particularly interested in thread innovations and therefore it becomes apparent once more "how important it is to always score with new threads and materials”, Stephan Gunold explains. In time for the 90th anniversary of the company this year, the renowned company based in Stockstadt has incorporated a real thread innovation to its extensive thread range: Cry. The unique feature of this thread innovation is retro-reflection, due to thousands of microscopically small glass beads. „We are absolutely convinced of Cry. It is very innovative and allows for entirely new optics on textiles, thus offering exactly what companies are currently looking for: a novelty that combines function and design.”
Innovative Threads That Inspire
In addition to the latest thread innovation Cry, Gunold presented the entire product range of embroidery supplies, and thus a unique range of embroidery threads, films, nonwovens, effect fabrics and accessories. Stephan Gunold: “Visitors showed a very high interest in all of our threads, nonwovens and foils. We were particularly pleased with specific inquiries for products for most diverse applications and also for our range of services e.g. seminars and laser cutting service. As for our embroidery threads, our premium embroidery thread Sulky (viscose), Poly (polyester), the flame-retardant Poly Fire as well as Glowy and Flour, both of which glow in the dark, were in high demand.”
Thanks to Techtextil, which took place at the same time as the Texprocess in adjoining halls, a higher range of exhibitors and products attracted visitors from faraway countries. "That was very obvious," says Stephan Gunold, for whom thinking out of the box is more important than ever before! “For Gunold the Techtextil exhibition serves as an information platform to discover new ideas, products and applications. Therefore Stephan Gunold already knows today: "In 2019, we will definitely participate at the Texprocess trade show".
2017: Gunold - 90 Years of Tradition and Experience
The company once started as an art studio and punching service. Paul Gunold founded his business in Plauen, Germany, in 1927. In cooperation with Max Bredtschneider and Würker, a machine manufacturer, Paul Gunold started manufacturing embroidery programs. Due to the Second World War and the Russian occupation of former East Germany, Paul Gunold and his family were forced to flee to West Germany and here-established the business in Stockstadt / Main, today's headquarters.Today Gunold GmbH holds a key role in the embroidery industry, offering a wide range of products for all your embroidery needs and continuously expanding its state-of-the-art range of upper threads, bobbin threads, stabilisers, needles, as well as effect fabrics, foils and temporary adhesive sprays. Gunold and its two subsidiaries in Canada and the USA, with more than 30 distributors is a well-known and trusted partner for every embroiderer worldwide. The renowned company, based in Stockstadt, Germany offers solely innovative, premium high quality products mainly produced in Europe. The in-house production in Germany and Switzerland of SULKY (viscose embroidery thread) POLY (polyester thread) and BOBBY (bobbin thread) meets highest requirements to protect the environment. Since 2003 Gunold has been dedicated to inspiring people of the embroidery industry through specialist education and training. A great number of embroiderers, digitizers and key players of the fashion industry have already attended the annually changing seminar program in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.