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The Hoftex Group is an internationally operating group of companies in the textile industry. In the three Divisions – Hoftex (Yarns), Tenowo (Nonwovens) and Neutex (Home Decoration), the Hoftex Group bundles production, research and development expertise that is unique in the textile industry. As manufacturers of textile solutions, our companies are valued as competent and reliable partners to customers across a variety of promising and high-growth industries.

The stable ownership structure of Hoftex Group AG, together with its balanced product and service portfolio, ensure stable, long-term development of our company. This gives customers of Hoftex Group AG the confidence of having a dependable, reliable-delivery partner at their side, even through product cycles lasting several years.

Utmost product quality, innovative textile solutions and reliability are cornerstones of company success at the Hoftex Group. Customers include leading companies in the automotive, textiles, and consumer-goods industries, as well as retail. Hoftex Group maintains production capacity for these customers in Germany, Europe, North America, India and China.

Innovative.   Reliable.   Global.

The future of the modern textile industry under a single, traditional roof   

 
 
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The HOFTEX Business Division represents the origin of today's Hoftex Group and offers classic spinning-mill products, such as yarns and threads, with a focus on technical textile products and exclusive clothing. Tailored to meet the needs of its customers, in addition to classic yarns and threads, HOFTEX also develops and produces numerous speciality textiles, such as e.g. yarns for tyre production and for applications in the food industry. With production and development centrally located in Germany, we can ensure customers short lead times for production and on-time delivery.

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With locations in Europe, North America, China and India, the TENOWO Business Division assumes a market-leading position for the development and manufacture of innovative technical textile products and nonwovens. With rates of growth in the clear double-digit range, it demonstrates that the modern textile industry can remain successful, even in Germany. TENOWO develops and manufactures products such as acoustic nonwovens for the automotive industry and nonwovens for the construction industry, the cable industry or the apparel sector.

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The NEUTEX Business Division bundles the segments of decorative fabric weaving, dye works and finishing and for some 50 years has claimed its position in an industry in which creativity, continuous adaptation to the spirit of local markets, short development and production times. A great innovativeness and speed of innovation are critical for success. Today, as a premium system supplier, NEUTEX manufactures and markets creative decorative fabrics by the meter worldwide, along with ready-made home textiles and supplies innovative textile sun-shading solutions to downstream industries.

 

About Hoftex Group

At the head of the group stands Hoftex Group AG, a financial and management holding company. Group management and service functions are performed centrally here. As a German stock corporation, with its Executive Board and Supervisory Board, Hoftex Group AG has a dual management and supervisory structure.

 
 

The Companies of the Hoftex Group are represented with production and distribution operations at a total of 12 locations in 5 countries spanning 3 continents, serving as a partner to customers worldwide.

 
 

The Hoftex Group ranks among Europe's large textile companies, and has left its mark on the international textile industry for more than 160 years. During this time, it has evolved in several steps, beginning as a standard textile producer, and is now a diversified niche provider of highly innovative textile products.

 
 
 

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The Executive Board and Supervisory Board are committed to the interests of the shareholders and the good of the company. The Executive Board manages the company and conducts its business. The Supervisory Board advises and monitors the work of the Executive Board.


 
 

EXECUTIVE BOARD

 
 
 
 
Klaus Steger

KLAUS STEGER

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Jacques van den Burg

Jacques van den Burg

MEMBER OF EXECUTIVE BOARD

 

SUPERISORY BOARD

Waltraud Hertreiter / Chairman

Martin Steger / Deputy Chairman

Tom Steger

York Riedel

Werner Berlet

Renate Dempfle

Wolfgang Schmidt *

Carmen Teismann *

Johanna Falasa *


* elected by the employees

CONTACT

YOUR CONTACT:

E-mail: info(at)hoftexgroup.com

Phone: +49 9281/49-0

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HISTORY

1853/1869
1853/1869
Founding of "Mechanische Baumwoll-Spinnerei Hof" and "Neue Baumwoll-Spinnerei Hof"
1869
1869
Merger with Mechanischen Weberei Hof to form "Neue Baumwoll-Spinnerei und Weberei Hof" cornerstone of subsequent Textilgruppe Hof
1931
Takeover of "Süddeutsche Webstoff-Gesellschaft", basis of today´s TENOWO division
1963
1963
Acquisition of " Neue Textilgesellschaft Münchberg mbH" - decorative fabrics weaving operation with dyeing operations and equipment (basis of today´s NEUTEX division)
1996
1996
Restructuring of Textilgruppe Hof under holding company structure
1997
1997

Nürnberger Südwolle AG holds the majority shares of the Textilgruppe Hof. The Group strategically realigns itself towards technical textiles and nonwovens and develops markets worldwide.

2005-2007
2005-2007
The specialization continues with the acquisition of Romanian decorative fabric manufacturer SC Textor S.A. and special thread manufacturers SBS CoreTech GmbH and Max Süss GmbH.
2006
2006
With the construction of a new production facility for nonwovens based on water jet technology in Reichenbach (Saxony) and the investment in an Indian manufacturer of nonwovens, TENOWO has embarked on a phase of global growth.
2013
2013
The group was renamed ‘HOFTEX GROUP’ with an eye towards the group's continuing development as an internationally oriented, technologically competent partner.
2013
2013
TENOWO continues its international growth strategy with the construction of a production facility in China.
2014
2014
With millions invested in a second plant in Reichenbach (Saxony), TENOWO sets another milestone and marks its commitment to Germany as a production location.
 
 
1853/1869
Founding of "Mechanische Baumwoll-Spinnerei Hof" and "Neue Baumwoll-Spinnerei Hof"
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1869
Merger with Mechanischen Weberei Hof to form "Neue Baumwoll-Spinnerei und Weberei Hof" cornerstone of subsequent Textilgruppe Hof
2
1931
Takeover of "Süddeutsche Webstoff-Gesellschaft", basis of today´s TENOWO division
3
1963
Acquisition of " Neue Textilgesellschaft Münchberg mbH" - decorative fabrics weaving operation with dyeing operations and equipment (basis of today´s NEUTEX division)
4
1996
Restructuring of Textilgruppe Hof under holding company structure
5
1997

Nürnberger Südwolle AG holds the majority shares of the Textilgruppe Hof. The Group strategically realigns itself towards technical textiles and nonwovens and develops markets worldwide.

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2005-2007
The specialization continues with the acquisition of Romanian decorative fabric manufacturer SC Textor S.A. and special thread manufacturers SBS CoreTech GmbH and Max Süss GmbH.
7
2006
With the construction of a new production facility for nonwovens based on water jet technology in Reichenbach (Saxony) and the investment in an Indian manufacturer of nonwovens, TENOWO has embarked on a phase of global growth.
8
2013
The group was renamed ‘HOFTEX GROUP’ with an eye towards the group's continuing development as an internationally oriented, technologically competent partner.
9
2013
TENOWO continues its international growth strategy with the construction of a production facility in China.
10
2014
With millions invested in a second plant in Reichenbach (Saxony), TENOWO sets another milestone and marks its commitment to Germany as a production location.
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