Current news within the group and their fields.
Bitter turn of the times? How deindustrialisation must be prevented in Germany
We have so many great medium-sized industrial companies in Germany that keep the shop running every day. Whether foundries, ceramics or plastics manufacturers, steel and metal processing companies, hot-dip galvanisers or manufacturers of special textiles. Without them, every construction site comes to a standstill, there are no new trains, no new electric cars, no wind turbines, no environmental filters, no medical textiles, no workwear; the list could be continued indefinitely. All these companies need energy to keep their machines running.
Celebrate 25 years of Peppermint with us!
In 1997, the Peppermint Group was established with, among others, the acquisition of the ZKS spinning mill and the Jacquard weaving mill Ertex.
authentic.network develops physical NFT gummy
Together with co-founder Christoph Jentzsch, who is considered a pioneer in the blockchain and DAO community, the startup has developed a new type of crypto-optical code. With its help, physical objects can be transferred into the digital world using NFT. The digitalisation of physical objects is to be revolutionised with the easy-to-use product - gummy - and thus set new standards in the web3 and in virtual trade.
Interview on the situation in the textile industry with t+m President Ingeborg Neumann
The textile and apparel industry has had a turbulent year: Broken supply chains and skyrocketing procurement prices caused enormous problems for the companies. In addition, the climate-neutral restructuring of the economy is on the agenda. aktiv talked about this with Ingeborg Neumann, president of the textile+fashion association since 2013.
(Article in German language)
Peppermint invests in wireless industrial communications
With its investment in R3 Solutions GmbH in Berlin, the Peppermint Group is laying the first building block for its new core segment Wireless Technologies & Sensorics.
Germany's New Agenda
CEOs and scientists describe a roadmap for the transformation of the German economy. Included as author: Ingeborg Neumann, as entrepreneur, President of the German Textile and Fashion Industry Association and Vice President of the Federation of German Industries, BDI.