We are one of the world's leading suppliers of high-end machines for quality assurance in the textile industry. As specialist in the final make-up process, we focus on the areas of fabric inspection, plating/folding, selvedge printing and packaging.
Since 1875, Maag has been building machines. This long experience and our outstanding expertise in mechanical engineering allow us to produce tailor-made machines and solutions for diverse client needs. Maag's innovative machines are known for their reliability, performance and longevity.
We attach great importance to our excellent customer service and innovative logistics and IT solutions.
We will be participating at ITMA 2019 from June 20-26th in Barcelona. You can find us in hall 8.1. at our stand A-111. We will be happy to show you our newes innovatins and our range of products and services.
One highlight we'd like to tell you more about is our cooperation in fabric inspection with Uster Technologies. Or about our newest technology and IT solutions. You can read more about about our newest innovations and product highlights in our official ITMA press release here
If you are planning new projects, we can provide you with comprehensive consultations, encompassing the entire range of fabric inspections including logistics, packaging, storage and data collection. Like this, we can offer you a ready-to-use solution from a single source.
that lasts a lifetime
Walter Wespi, Managing Director, Weberei Russikon AG, Russikon, Switzerland
"In cooperation with MAAG we have developed a concept for our raw material show and finishing preparation. This concept, implemented with machines from MAAG, increases our efficiency sustainably by 20%".
Patric Prokein, Head of Fabric Inspection, Rökona Textilwerk GmbH, Tübingen, Germany
"MAAG's machines and production data acquisition are reliable and low-maintenance in our three-shift operation. MAAG's customer service responds promptly and solves problems within the shortest possible amount of time".
Pict: Inspection Machine construction year 1935, still in use at Bethge Ltd., Zofingen, Switzerland