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Adhesive and thermal nonwoven bonding machinery.

Schott & Meissner Gmbh is a young, up and coming company in the field of adhesive and thermal nonwoven bonding.

Full of energy and new ideas, it uses its vast experience to develop high quality lines that are user-friendly, easy to operate, solid, have a long service life and--most importantly--have high product quality.

The marketing organization allows for custom-designed solutions to meet the special customer's need. This flexibility is very important; it enables Schott & Meissner to answer to the product multiplicity of the modern market.

Close contacts with well known German and Austrian mat forming machinery manufacturers assure the greatest compatibility to avoid discrepancies with start-up and to optimize operational ease and spare parts stock.

The company's field of activity is developing, designing and manufacturing high quality nonwoven stabilization lines for adhesive and thermal bonding procedures. Experienced fitters and after-sales service without red tape help to fulfill Schott & Meissner's philosophy of building long and lasting relationships with the customer.

Supply covers all known adhesive application systems, air-through and air impingement ovens, cutting, winding and some supplementary machinery.

ARCATEX Inc., the U.S. agency, is well versed in their program enabling them to explain Schott & Meissner's supply in more detail. (Phone 803-574-4040; Fax 803-574-3208).
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Title Annotation:10th Annual Show in Print of the International Nonwovens Industry; Schott and Meissner GmbH
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:May 1, 1992
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