Its not clear where this article came from or who wrote it. Presumably the original was in English and had been translated into German for inclusion in the main body of this journal. The main story seems to be that Tencel fibre/yarn conversion is unexpectedly good, but the graph to illustrate this isn't included with this translation. No mention of fibrillation. Is the fibre still used in ground warps for velvets, towelling or sheetings I wonder?