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Technical Textile Markets
Issue 46:
3rd quarter 2001

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Editorial: Acordis Industrial Fibers Businesses Prepare for New Ownership
Profile of Gamma Holding: From Traditional to Technical Textiles
The world nonwovens industry: part 1 -- the leading ten producers, 3rd quarter 2001
Innovations in Fibres, Technical Textiles, Protective Apparel and Machinery
Profile of Schoeller: Textiles for Protective Apparel and High-Tech Sportswear

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Profile of Gamma Holding: From Traditional to Technical Textiles

published in Issue 46, 3rd quarter 2001  


Netherlands-based Gamma Holding has effectively re-invented itself over the past couple of years. The company has moved away from being a collection of businesses operating in mainstream sectors of the traditional textile industry to become a group that is active in manufacturing and marketing in a number of important segments of the technical textiles sector.

Such segments include automotive fabrics, process and conveyor belting, mattress ticking, pram fabrics, high quality garden furniture fabrics, screen and filter media, coated fabrics and composite materials, sailcloth and speciality industrial fabrics.

This imperative has been driven by a desire on the part of Gamma Holding to be a strong player in a number of high margin specialised and speciality segments of the global textiles business. In 1999 this strategy was given a major impetus with the acquisition of the German Group Verseidag.

Over the past several years, the group has withdrawn from most of its traditional, non-technical textiles sectors by divesting or closing a large number of operating units. As a result, Gamma Holding’s sole substantive remaining business in the traditional textiles sector is that of exotic fabrics—a niche and specialised area of operation but one in which Gamma is a very strong player.

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