On a first-name basis with Getzner
Magdalena Nesler took her first step at Getzner Textil as a visitor on a tour of the company with her school. Around ten years later, this has become a shared path - and fabric is no longer just "fabric" for Magdalena.
"When you see how much effort it takes to produce textiles, you buy clothes in a completely different way. Then you think about whether you should buy something of high quality or something cheap, where you don't know under what conditions it was produced," quality and sustainability are important issues for Magdalena. The 26-year-old knows what she is talking about. She has been part of the family-owned company Getzner Textil for seven years, and since 2019 the former apprentice trainer has also been in charge of the "Disposition Refinement" division. "In simplified terms, this means: we say when which order is produced on which system," she explains. By the way, finishing means the work process that changes or improves the properties of the fabric or creates new functions - for example, in appearance, wearing comfort or care behavior."