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WILVORST Formation Building is the new Center of Innovation and Technology Transfer in Stettin


The WILVORST Herrenmoden GmbH has been founded by Wilhelm Vordemfelde in Stettin in 1916.  The company that is located in Northeim since 1946 had to leave Stettin after the Second World War. Now we are very pleased to learn what has been happening with our former production plant. 

The company’s founder Wilhelm Vordemfelde took over the mens- and boys-garments-production plant Graf & Teuchert in Stettin in 1916.  Soon the name of the company had been changed to WILVORST, his own name and the town of Stettin. (WILhelm VORdemfelde STettin). In the beginning the most important goals were: materials of high quality, staff of high quality, fitting and good workmanship down to the smallest detail. Up to date this maxim has not changed.

In the year 1929 Wilhelm Vordemfelde had built a new company’s building in Turnerstraße in Stettin. For the first time this new and modern factory concept offered a production based on the division of labor. This way the basis for an industrial production of high quality as well as of low costs was developed.

At the end of the Second World War Wilhelm Vordemfelde had to leave Stettin and in 1946 together with some employees he settled down in Northeim near Göttingen. Here in Northeim Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Vordemfelde manages the company as managing partner very successfully in the third generation now.  The former companys' building in Stettin had been used to produce different garments by a national Polish provider.

In the year 2015 the former Wilhelm Vordemfelde building in Stettin has been completely renovated and transformed into the “Center of innovation and technology transfer Stettin”. The museum has been opened only a little while ago and may be visited at any time.   

All informationen about the museum you will find here... 

WILVORST Formation Building is the new Center of Innovation and Technology Transfer in Stettin


The WILVORST Herrenmoden GmbH has been founded by Wilhelm Vordemfelde in Stettin in 1916.  The company that is located in Northeim since 1946 had to leave Stettin after the Second World War. Now we are very pleased to learn what has been happening with our former production plant. 

The company’s founder Wilhelm Vordemfelde took over the mens- and boys-garments-production plant Graf & Teuchert in Stettin in 1916.  Soon the name of the company had been changed to WILVORST, his own name and the town of Stettin. (WILhelm VORdemfelde STettin). In the beginning the most important goals were: materials of high quality, staff of high quality, fitting and good workmanship down to the smallest detail. Up to date this maxim has not changed.

In the year 1929 Wilhelm Vordemfelde had built a new company’s building in Turnerstraße in Stettin. For the first time this new and modern factory concept offered a production based on the division of labor. This way the basis for an industrial production of high quality as well as of low costs was developed.

At the end of the Second World War Wilhelm Vordemfelde had to leave Stettin and in 1946 together with some employees he settled down in Northeim near Göttingen. Here in Northeim Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Vordemfelde manages the company as managing partner very successfully in the third generation now.  The former companys' building in Stettin had been used to produce different garments by a national Polish provider.

In the year 2015 the former Wilhelm Vordemfelde building in Stettin has been completely renovated and transformed into the “Center of innovation and technology transfer Stettin”. The museum has been opened only a little while ago and may be visited at any time.   

All informationen about the museum you will find here... 

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