In the course of their long service life, the requirements placed on crane systems and crane technology change.
The STAHL CraneSystems brand stands for reliable and safe hoists and crane components as well as methodical engineering solutions. The products are used in standard, special and explosion-protected bridge cranes or hoisting systems in industries such as automotive, oil and gas, power station construction, chemical industry, transport and logistics, steel and concrete industry, food industry, mechanical and plant engineering, air and road transport industry as well as in the pharmaceutical and food industry. STAHL CraneSystems is a globally recognized brand for explosion-protected crane technology and comprises one of the most extensive, seamless product portfolios. Customers include crane builders, machine/plant manufacturers as well as planning and general contractors all over the world.
Bridge cranes and slewing jib cranes with high-quality technology from STAHL CraneSystems are planned, produced and assembled locally by competent partners, some of whom are certified.
From simple workstation solutions, system solutions spanning multiple halls to complex automation, everything is possible, depending on your requirements and ideas. The load capacity range for which our slewing jib cranes, single and double girder bridge cranes and our suspension cranes are used extends from 63 kg to 250,000kg.
With the modernisation of a crane system, Stahlbau Schauenberg increased the logistical capacity of an expanded external warehouse at the site in Ihringen in South Baden. More positive results of the project conducted by Innokran, the crane partner of STAHL CraneSystems, include significant time savings, e.g., when loading and unloading lorries, as well as increased flexibility and enhanced safety when transporting material.
This isn’t the sort of project you get every day, particularly when it concerns the location of solutions. Hubert Schmid Bauunternehmen, crane construction partners of STAHL CraneSystems, received the order for the design and assembly of a total of four crane systems, which are intended for maintenance work in the stations of the Nebelhornbahn in the Allgäu Alps. Next to the time, logistical, and construction-related challenges, architectural features had to be considered.