With the defeat of the 3rd Reich, the family Kindermann escaped to Western Germany in 1945 and found a new home in Ibbenbueren/Westphalia.
There they took over the company “Gebr. Toebben” (Weaving, Raising for the production of corduroy and moleskins.
Helpful for the setup after the war were yarn credits from the befriended companies Jackson and Kuempers in Rheine.
A dyeing company was added soon, and the old buildings of Toebben at the railway station in Ibbenbueren became to small.