In both business segments – weaving machines and specialty machines – DORNIER has established itself as one of the market leaders worldwide with exports amount to about 90%.
Among the final products of the weaving machines are the most demanding fabrics such as airbags, carbon fabrics for composite structures or aramid fabrics for fireproof and bulletproof applications.
With subsidiaries in the USA, China, India and Turkey, DORNIER is internationally positioned.
Under the motto "The Green Machine", the family company will present comprehensive solutions for "green technologies". Those fabrics are of decisive importance for "green technologies" in many branches: Whether finest filters for purifying water or air, airbags and antiballistic structures to protect against death or injuries, composites made of glass or carbon fibers to reduce moved masses and the CO2 emission.
Furthermore, geotextiles for slope reinforcements, dam building or renaturation are in daily use in harmony with nature. The range of applications will widen even further with the current weaving machine portfolio – which includes many new developments for the rapier and air-jet weaving machines, and new products from DORNIER Composite Systems®.
Just as the market for technical textiles grows and continuously generates new improved products, DORNIER also develops consequently innovative machine concepts so that they can be manufactured flexibly and with high productivity.
Another important topic for DORNIER is reliability. DORNIER weaving machines show unique performance and process reliability, especially in the production segments for technical textiles with the highest demands on the fabrics.
This results from the continuous exchange of ideas with customers, the imagination of DORNIER engineers as well as the quality due to production in Germany.
DORNIER - Lindauer DORNIER GmbH
Rickenbacher Str. 119
Phone: +49 8382 7030
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