Wilhelm Textil® on the cover of the current version of the “SHOEZ”
Wilhelm Textil® on the cover of “STEPTECHNIK”
With the current ad campaign Wilhelm Textil® appears in numerous journals. The traditional company has been imaged for example on the cover of “STEPTECHNIK” Edition 05/2016. Wilhelm Textil® has also placed an advertisement in the German Journal “SHOEZ” recently in Edition 09/2016. The new ad campaign shows the individual application areas of the fashionable upper materials of the market leader.
In this context, Wilhelm Textil® would like to thank the “Make-Up Artist” Petra Kahle, who has created the foundation for these excellent results. Also thanks to Harald Kröher, the professional photographer, and the models Laura Sophie Roser and Luisa Marie Roser.
Our new image brochure sums up everything Wilhelm Textil® stands for – classy, compact, for the international market.
The new Wilhelm Textil® image brochure has been completed. It celebrated its premiere last week at the Lineapelle trade fair and received positive reviews all round.
The folder contains 24 pages in German and English with the most important information about Wilhelm Textil®.
The image brochure is a symbol of what Wilhelm Textil® is all about: the creation and production of high-quality, fashionable textiles that are used in various sectors all over the world.
The company refers to its roots in the Palatinate Forest, but has been positioned internationally for many years, among others with Wilhelm Textiles India and Wilhelm Têxteis Portuguesa. The new image brochure also conveys this in a meaningful way.
You can take a look at the online edition of the new Wilhelm Textil® image brochure via the link below:
Wilhelm Textiles India donates warm blankets for those in need.
Winter brings low temperatures down to freezing point even in Delhi. Wilhelm Textiles India is therefore committed to helping those in need in Delhi and has donated warm blankets to homeless children and the sick. Wilhelm Textiles initiated the charity campaign together with the organisation “Feeling India”. More than 75 blankets were handed over to the aid organisation “Compasionate Missionaries” in Delhi. The blankets were made of especially warm lining in high quality and offer 25 homeless children and 50 homeless sick people protection from cold temperatures. Erik Illig, Managing Director of Wilhelm Textiles India, was pleased about the successful charity action: “Seeing all these happy faces is a fantastic feeling.”