The fourth industrial revolution for the textile industry
The textile industry was one of the early adopters of automation. As early as during the first industrial revolution, especially weaving machines have been at the forefront of industrialization with a hugh impact on how we live and work until today.
While many of the necessary processes in the textile industry have largely been automated, especially spinning, weaving, cutting and sewing, there are only few integrated systems that interconnect the individual value creation steps.
With our longstanding experience with process integration within complex environments, we at Broetje-Automation have made it our goal to bring the fourth industrial revolution to the textile industry with an integrated approach.
We are working with a wide range of partners around the world to contribute to greater industrialization in the textile industry and a return to more local production chains. The focus here is on the interlinking of individual production steps combined with consistent, high quality processing.