The new online product catalog - how tufting customers benefit
Albstadt, Germany: Just in time for the Domotex 2018 trade fair in January, the new online product catalog went live for Groz-Beckert tufting customers. The platform offers a wide range of new benefits to users – way beyond the options offered by the previous version. Whether individual parts or modules, with the online product catalog, Groz-Beckert offers an interactive system that sets new standards in the field of product searches.
Once registered, the catalog offers the option of searching for parts by their article number, name or via the filter option. Furthermore, the new version offers a wealth of additional information, including technical dimensions and material data. Another new feature is the option to compare up to five products and display the differences between the selected items. The platform also provide basic knowledge on the topic of tufting
In addition to the product catalog, the “Wiki Tufting” is also available with basic knowledge in all aspects of the tufting product sector and tufting technology. Here the users will find animations showing the production techniques for Cut Pile, Loop Pile, Cut Loop and Level Cut Loop.
For information on the Groz-Beckert range of services, the new platform offers a service area with which you can always keep track. From the regrinding service and application advice, to the Groz-Beckert Academy and the myGrozBeckert app – Tufting services have a lot to offer.
The online product catalog is available to all tufting customers free of charge. Quick and up-to-date product inquiries help secure a competitive advantage for the users. The personal contact partner of the customer is also shown directly in the online product catalog.
Groz-Beckert is the world’s leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. The products and services support the fields of knitting, weaving, felting, tufting, carding and sewing. The family-owned company, founded in 1852, employed more than 8,800 people and generated a turnover of around €740 Mio. in 2017. Groz-Beckert operates with agencies, production and distribution subsidiaries in more than 150 countries around the world.