He was involved with shaping the company’s road to success right from the beginning. As he loves his job, he will continue working until, he “can no longer drive a car.”
Harald Tatzer reveals why textile marking is more difficult to sell in East European countries than in Germany, why word of mouth is so very important and why he no longer can visit a customer without appointment.
From the area called „Bergisches Land“ to the Eifel, from the Ruhr area to Siegerland: Harald Vomm looks after Germany’s North and West for THERMOTEX. “Fortunately I have learnt to read a map,” he says with a smile.
Kilometre-long belts of clothes fill the premises of the textile service provider mewa in Meissenheim. Here, washing is undertaken on a grand scale - and relies on Thermotex systems to make sure that every pair of trousers and every shirt ends up where it is supposes to be.
From Schutterwald to New Caledonia: Michael Eckert and his team ensure that the Twinymat & co always arrives safely with the customer.
RFID – four letters, so many possibilities. Markus Bucher, Head of Identification Technology at THERMOTEX, explains in an interview with R + W Textilservice the potentials of technology for the laundry sector. He is convinced: Starting with RFID technology is a decision for the future.
For more than 30 years, THERMOTEX has been rapidly progressing. In order to keep it that way, some far-reaching measures will be taken in 2019.
The specialist in the field of textile logistics looks to the past, the present and the future. Helmut Czichon, Managing Director of THERMOTEX alongside Dietmar Nagel, takes us on a journey through time.