Klaus Holz confirmed as Trevira CEO
Holz joined Trevira in 2001 as Head of Human Resources, a position he held until the end of 2010. At the start of 2011 he took over the function of managing director and played an instrumental part in preparing the change to the current owners of the company: Indorama Ventures PCL and Sinterama S.p.A.. He has been sole CEO of Trevira GmbH since June 2013.
Five years have now passed since the change in ownership and this period has witnessed the development of close and confident cooperation with the majority owners Indorama Ventures and the sister companies. This is evident also in joint appearances at trade fairs such as Techtextil in Frankfurt or currently at IDEA in Boston. For Indorama Ventures Trevira constitutes a long-term investment.
Mr. Uday Gill, president of the fibres and yarns division of Indorama Ventures said, “I am very pleased to have Klaus Holz continue as CEO who has done very well to shape Trevira GmbH and will continue to lead the company on the next phase of its journey. As a leading and internationally recognised trademark in the polyester business, Trevira has been an important part of IVL's high value-added business with its specialties an important and strategic addition to our product portfolio. We aim to grow the Trevira trademark further and continue the expansion of its global business“.
Trevira GmbH is an innovative European manufacturer of high-value branded polyester fibres and filament yarns for the home textiles, automotive and apparel industries as well as for hygiene and technical applications. Two production sites and a Marketing and Sales office with a total of approx. 1,100 employees are located in Germany, supported by an international marketing and sales organi-zation. In 2015, sales amounted to around 253 million Euros. The head office of the company is located in Bobingen near Augsburg. The company is a subsidiary of Trevira Holdings GmbH, a joint venture of Indorama Ventures PCL and Sinterama S.p.A. Trevira has a worldwide reputation for fibres and yarns for flame retardant polyester textiles (Trevira CS) as well as for fibres for hygiene products and technical applications.