The 1970s were initially marked by above-average growth and
Investments in state-of-the-art production: from 1970 onwards, the assembly will be semi-automated.
In 1971, Conzelmann built a new logistics centre and a knitting shop on reislebach and founded an equipment company and a textile printing plant with colleagues.
Production is also at the front of the table: with the conversion from chloride to hydrogen peroxide bleaching, the company is already demonstrating environmental awareness.
The first company in the world to offer fine ribs in a division of 20 (20 stitches per inch).
In addition to the technical innovations, a major brand-strategic decision was taken in 1979: the Nina von C. is registered.
At the end of the 1970s, the times of the German textile industry became more difficult, and more and more imports came from low-wage countries.