Getzner Textil AG closed the past financial year with an increase in turnover of around ten per cent.

Getzner Textil increases turnover by 10 per cent

Getzner Textil increases turnover by 10 per cent

The Getzner Textil Group recorded a turnover of around 490 million euros for the past financial year - an increase of around ten per cent compared to 2022. The family-owned company also received several awards in the areas of family friendliness and sustainability.

CEO Roland Comploj

"Our approximately 1,600 employees are the heart of Getzner Textil and make a significant contribution to our success. Their commitment and expertise have enabled us to further strengthen our position as a leading supplier in the textile industry," emphasises CEO Roland Comploj. The positive sales development in recent years has enabled Getzner Textil to invest in research and development as well as in the expansion of its headquarters in Bludenz. The new production hall, with an investment sum of 27 million euros, extends the company premises by an area of 4,320 m². As an investment in the future, it guarantees the basis for technological progress and further growth.

In 2023, Getzner opened the first in-house nature childcare centre "Buntspechtle"

Excellent family-friendly

By expanding its childcare offering with the first company childcare centre in nature, "Buntspechtle", the family-run company once again set an example for the compatibility of family and career in 2023. This commitment was once again honoured with the "Excellent family-friendly company" seal of approval and a nomination for the national "Family and Career" award.

In Bludenz, 27 million euros are currently being invested in infrastructure and the latest machine technologies - a clear commitment to the location.

Getzner convinces sustainably

Sustainability is a top priority at Getzner Textil. In addition to sustainable construction methods when expanding its operations, the company has long focussed on more resource-efficient production. "The latest production facilities are operated with maximum energy efficiency and therefore support our endeavours to produce textiles as sustainably as possible," adds Comploj. Getzner has also been operating its own district heating network for years, to which the primary school and kindergarten in Bludenz have been connected since 2023, along with many other public buildings. Investments in photovoltaics are also planned for 2024, with an output equivalent to the electricity requirements of around 270 single-family homes. Numerous awards and certifications such as ISO 50001 and Ökoprofit are proof of this commitment. 

Shared successes

Getzner Textil is one of the world's leading manufacturers of fabrics for African fashion, shirts and blouses as well as corporate fashion and technical textiles. "We have positioned ourselves well with our four business units and were able to achieve pleasing results despite the challenging economic conditions," emphasises Comploj. In line with the company's values, the company will continue to act with economic moderation in order to continue its successful course.