GKD – Gebr. Kufferath AG was founded in Düren in 1925. The company is still owned by its founding family today, with brothers Ingo and Stephan Kufferath the third generation to manage the corporation. For more than 90 years, the technical weaver has been a technological leader thanks to the continuous development of products, solutions and services on the basis of high-performance, application-specific mesh designs. The industry mix ranges from the automobile and aerospace industry, medical and environmental technology, raw materials and mining, the chemical, pharmaceutical, foodstuffs and textile industries and the wood and paper processing industries, right through to applications in architecture and design.

Company details

Metallweberstraße 46 , Düren , 52353 Germany

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Filtration and Separation
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

GKD is a global company operating in a wide range of sectors and applications. Here we present our four independent business divisions.

Our spectrum of meshes:

  • Industrial / filtration mesh
  • Conveyor belt mesh
  • Architectural mesh
  • Transparent media façades

GKD – engineered in Germany

The GKD Group is an internationally leading technology and services company with around 700 employees worldwide (as at 2016). Alongside the headquarters in Düren, GKD has five other production sites in the USA, Chile, South Africa, India and China, branches in Great Britain, France, Spain, Dubai and Qatar and representatives all over the globe. Customer proximity and service orientation drive our worldwide development. At the same time, our strategy is geared towards local solutions.

GKD – what drives us?

We derive our corporate mission and identity from our tradition, our innovative capacity and the sustainability of our actions.

On this basis, all of our employees are dedicated to making our planet safer, healthier and cleaner for the people who live on it during their day-to-day work.