10.01.2017 - 13.01.2017 — Hall: 8.0 Stand: D 54
Powered by his passion for textiles Josef Philipp Beckmann founded IBENA in the year 1826.
Through the harmonious combination of tradition and striking zeitgeist the Beckmann family has influenced and enriched the corporate culture over all eras until today.
Today IBENA Textilwerke GmbH is a multistage operating company located in Bocholt and Rhede running weavings and post weaving machinery in Germany, Czech Republic und China.
Classical values and quality are consistent with innovation and modernity. Long term orientation, trust, corporate responsibility and fairness in the cooperation with customers and more than 300 employees are the basis for a generation spanning story of success.
Ibena is passionate about textiles since 1826. Our core business is home and industrial textiles. With regard to the latter there is hardly any fabric we cannot accomplish, hardly any material we cannot process and hardly any industry we have no broad-band experience in. Ibena is divided into seven product lines:
textile solutions for the automotive industry
textile developments for the entertainment business
special fabrics for digital printing
reliable fabrics for protection and safety
ideal fabrics for industrial application like filtration, coating, etc
functional fabrics for the laundry and cleaning industry
wide variety of home textiles
Elegant, masculine designs and high quality materials. That is the stuff our new Bugatti...
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We lose approximately 1.5 to 3 liter water each night. The liquid that mainly caused by human...
The black stage molton is IBENA’s best selling product. Each year IBENA supplies thousands of miles...
IBENA is a specialist manufacturer of woven fabrics for dry filtration as well as for solid/ liquid...
Digital printed textiles under the brand name of DPI-TEX® are promising, innovative design elements...
Reliable protection for protective forces When the goings get hot for fire brigades and rescue...