Paul Heinrich Trützschler and Bruno Gey found Trützschler in Crimmitschau, Saxony. Tearing machines and carding willows are the first products.
Sons Willi and Bruno Trützschler join the company.
Karl Trützschler, the youngest son, joins the company. The founder, Paul Heinrich Trützschler, retires.
New beginning of Trützschler in Mönchengladbach Odenkrichen in the third generation.
The company in Saxony is expropriated. With their partner Curt Müllges, Hans and Hermann Trützschler, the sons of Willi and Karl, re-establish the company in Odenkirchen, now a suburb of Mönchengladbach.
The first Trützschler card leaves the factory. Today, Trützschler is the globally leading producer of high-production cards.
American Trutzschler is founded in the U.S., with headquarters in Charlotte, NC.
Trützschler Indústria e Comércio de Máquina Ltda in Curitiba, Brazil is founded.
In a joint venture with Indian partners, the subsidiary Trumac is founded, with headquarters in Ahmedabad.
Entry of the fourth generation into management.
The current Managing Partners, Heinrich Trützschler and Dr.-Ing. Michael Schürenkrämer, join management. They have been with Trützschler since 1984 and 1986, respectively.
Take-over of Zinser draw frame. Start of card production at Trumac, India.
Hermann Trützschler (1924-2012) retires from management.
Hans Trützschler (1927-2004) retires from management.
Founding of the subsidiary in Gaziantep, Turkey.
Truetzschler Textile Machinery (Shanghai) Co., Ltd in Shanghai (China) is founded.
Trützschler takes over the non-American activities of card clothing specialist Hollingsworth and establishes Trützschler Card Clothing (TCC).
At ITMA 2003, the Trützschler machines are presented for the first time in the new colour design.
Trützschler takes a share in Erko GmbH. The new Erko-Trützschler in Dülmen offers nonwoven machinery, ranging from bale opening to web needling.
Fleissner, the former family-owned company (founded in 1848) becomes part of Trützschler Nonwovens. The product range comprises machines and lines for the nonwovens and man-made fiber industry.
Dr. Dirk Burger (CEO) and Andreas Ebenhöh (CTO) assume their position as Managing Directors. They support the Managing Partners Heinrich Trützschler and Dr.-Ing. Michael Schürenkrämer in the operational area.
Take-over of the remaining shares of Erko Trützschler GmbH, and of the American assets of Hollingsworth. Formation of a joint sales team for the entire product range of the Nonwovens business unit.
Fleissner and Erko Trützschler, the nonwovens specialists within the Trützschler Group, are restructured under the name Trützschler Nonwovens.
Trützschler introduces the High Production Card TC11 with increased working width of approx. 1.3 m to the market. It offers the largest carding section and carding area in the world for maximum quality and economic efficiency.
Trützschler Nonwovens takes over the product range of Bastian Winter Technologies GmbH & Co. KG. Under the Bastian brand, Trützschler offers winders for nonwovens, film, paper and composites.
Trützschler takes over the know-how and employees of SwissTex, Switzerland, and founds Trützschler Switzerland AG. The product range consists of machines for the production of BCF yarns, as well as technical yarns.
Toyota and Trützschler introduce their jointly developed comber at Shanghaitex, China.
TRÜTZSCHLER NONWOVENS enters into a cooperation agreement with the German paper machine manufacturer Voith Paper on the development and marketing of turnkey systems for wet laid and hydroentangled nonwovens. The so-called "flushable wipes" - nonwovens that dissolve in moving water - are a well-known product.
Dr. Ralf Napiwotzki (CFO), the additional Managing Director, joins the company.
Discontinuation of the staple and carbon fiber business.