From motif printing via rotary and roller printing to sublimation, we can do everything.
Founded in 1974 by Heinrich Mayer, the next generation, Claudia and Michael Steidle, now manage a company that impresses customers not only in Germany with state-of-the-art technology.
The latest innovative print products include placed burnouts, 3D prints, fluorescent prints, reflective prints, rhinestone, lacquer prints, 4c image prints, flock and pearl motifs.
We run the company with Swabian charm and hard work knowing every trick of the trade to achieve an optimal result with our printing machines.
Along with our company's portfolio, its exterior has also changed: In the spring of 2020, the Mayer textile printing company was able to move into its modern extension building. There are spacious offices and meeting rooms on around 250 square meters. Here, the textile printing company regularly invites you to its innovation talks, a professional exchange with business partners, customers and representatives of institutes and universities. A separate area for research and development is also housed in the new building.
The extension building meets current energy efficiency standards. Less obvious is the energetic refurbishment of the existing buildings, whose roofs were covered with sandwich panels. This enabled the family business to reduce heating costs by around 25 percent.
With this expansion, the company has set the course for the next few years: The textile printing plant is focusing on the Neckaralb location – and thus on regionality, short distances and fast response times.