Corporate History

1990

Walter Molacek is founding TEXSPED Spedition GmbH. As a forwarding agency we initially specialised on warehouse logistics/customs clearance for customers from the textile sector.

1993

Joining of Andreas Deibl, by now managing partner of TEXSPED.

1995

TEXSPED is expanding its product range by co-packaging – an important milestone in the history of our company.

1997

Joining of Roman Pretl, by now operating manager with TEXSPED.

1998

TEXSPED is expanding at the location Hennersdorf with about 3,000 sqm. Acquisition of the complete co-packaging volume of the company Bahlsen with temperature-controlled production- and warehouse area.

1999

Construction of the first packing line (full wrapping machines and shrink tunnel BVM) and the beginning of the cooperation with Henkel (cosmetics and detergents).

2006

Proxy is conferred to Andreas Deibl and thus TEXSPED is setting the course for a successful future.

2007

Relocation to the present, highly modern head office with 13,000 pallet spaces, about 4,000 sqm finishing area, 400 sqm deposit for dangerous goods and about 1,000 sqm office space.

2011

Construction of a 4,000 sqm production facility in 1120 Vienna. As a general service contractor TEXSPED is responsible for the complete co-packaging – laundry & cleaning – of Henkel CEE GmbH for Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

2015

TEXSPED is celebrating its 25th anniversary!

2016

Construction of a 4,000 sqm production facility in in 2380 Perchtoldsdorf.

2018

WALTER MOLACEK *14. November 1948  +14. August 2018

Mr. Walter Molacek has founded the company Texsped in the year 1990 and has guided it with great commitment to a very successful, medium-size enterprise.

With his exorbitantially energy, an incomparable sales talent and an extraordinary admission to warehouse logistics, he cares for a “mouse-full” warehouse, which represents in no way a reference to a pest infestation, but shows a tightness placement of stored goods, in which not even a mouse would have found a place in between.

The flexibility – still today the trademark of the company Texsped – was well grounded by Mr. Molacek through acceptance of orders, which do not fully belong to the core competences of a forwarding agent. Free according to the motto: “Money does not have a bow tie!”

Just as unique was Mr. Molacek as a person. With his heartiness, his communication talent and his friendliness he has inspired and enriched the people in his surrounding and he will therefore leave a big gap.

The whole team of  the company Texsped will miss him sadly and will keep him in thankfully memory.

WM