Solutions for material flow and logistics requirements
Prepared for peak periods
Two Demag process cranes provide fully automated material handling in the new shipping store at the Blue Paper paper mill in Strasbourg, France.
Beyond the track: Demag KBK extending cranes for low load capacities
Extending cranes in the lower load capacity range have been added to the Demag KBK modular crane construction kit.
Certified safety solution for crane modernisation
Demag Service is the first company to receive certification for the software package with which existing cranes can be updated to meet the latest safety requirements. Users can benefit from high safety standards and faster crane acceptance inspections.
Intuitive load lifting
The DCHS extends the range of Demag compact hoist units to include a chain hoist that has an innovative man/machine interface.
With our Demag brand products, we are one of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial cranes, crane components and comprehensive service.
We offer our customers a complete range of cranes, drives and handling equipment for every application – optimised by comprehensive sales and service support. These solutions provide our customers with valuable quality and efficiency benefits. In small workshops as well as in major industrial enterprises.
Our extensive product range includes a wide range of solutions for specific industries for travel applications, load handling at the workplace and material flow in production and storage. The Demag crane experts always focus on the benefits for our customers – the greatest possible efficiency and reliability, optimum availability and maximum performance.
Our customer approach has a long tradition that dates back over the long history of our company. It began in 1819 with the establishment of Mechanische Werkstätten Harkort & Co. in Wetter an der Ruhr. In 1840, we started manufacturing overhead travelling cranes, concentrating on the production of cranes and crane components at an early date, also including hoist units with an electric drive since 1910.