Success was not long in coming, and with modesty and a solid business sense he continually expanded production in Großostheim, then the centre of Germany’s garment industry. In 1935, one suit in four was produced in the city of Aschaffenburg or the surrounding region, an area that includes Großostheim. Full of passion and creativity,
His credo: “The machine does not replace craftsmanship. Craftsmanship is achieved together with the machine.” The result was a product of the highest quality, one that stood out among its competitors even then. The innovative production methods allowed him to develop garments which offered a unique fit and unbelievable comfort. That remains the company’s core offering and product philosophy to this day.
As the roster of customers grew,
The large number of orders and the processes required by the innovative finishing methods soon made a new production site unavoidable.