Manufacturers

The professional links / Les liens professionnels

This list is not exhaustive. The manufacturers are classified in alphabetic order of the country. If you are looking for a manufacturer in your country you have to know that most of these companies have subsidiaries in others countries.
Cette liste n’est pas exhaustive. Les professionnels sont classés par pays et par ordre alphabétique. Si vous recherchez un constructeur dans votre pays, vous devez savoir que la plupart des grandes compagnies ont des filiales dans d’autres pays.

Click on the logos below and have a look to their official sites! Cliquez sur les logos ci-dessous pour accéder à leur sites officiels!

Austria
ABS TransportbahnenABS Funiculars Part of Doppelmayr Group
Doppelmayr Funiculars
Doppelmayr DCC APM
Carvatech Carriages for funiculars
(ex Swoboda)
Logo-STEURER.gif Inclined elevators
Canada
Hillsidelift Commercial and residential inclined elevators
Logo-InclinedElevation.gif Inclined elevators
Inclined elevators
England
LECS Consultancy, Maintenance
QUALTER-HALL Funiculars
Twiflex Braking systems
France
CFD Funiculars
Poma Funiculars Part of Leitner Group since 31 May 2001
SKIRAIL Funiculars Part of Leitner Group since 31 May 2001
F.labbé Inclined elevators
Italy
CTCeretti Cable Railways
Leitner Since 31 May 2001, Poma Group is part of Leitner Group Waagner-Biro (funiculars, to-and-fro/jig-backs and bi-cable circulating systems) has been taken over by the Italian LEITNER-Group as of 26 March 1999.
Maspero Inclined Elevators
New Zealand
Access Automation Inclined Elevators
Norway
HMV Voss Funiculars
Sweden
Liftbyggarna Funiculars
Switzerland
CWA Funiculars Bought by Doppelmayr on March 26th 2001
Gangloff Carriages for funiculars
Inauen Inclined Lifts
VonRoll Funiculars Subsidiary of Doppelmayr (Austria)
Garaventa Funiculars Merged with Doppelmayr on August 8th 2001 to form a new group with the majority shareholder owned by Doppelmayr
Frey AG Stans Software and electronic
Paul Glassey SA Engineering
Inclined Lifts
Zurbrugg Inclined elevators
Niederberger Inclined elevators, bought by Inauen-Schätti in 2006
USA
Hill Hiker Commercial and residential inclined elevators
Poma Otis APM Joint venture between POMA (France) and OTIS (US)
Hilliard Braking systems
Tramway Engeneering LTD Engineering
Marine Innovations Commercial and residential inclined elevators
Logo-ACCUMAR.jpg Cable Lifts and Track Lifts
Logo-MUNSONWORKS.jpg Inclined elevators

 

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2 thoughts on “Manufacturers”

  1. Hello! My name is Maria and i am a student of Moscow State University of Railway Engineering and now i am writing a project about funiculars. But there is 1 problem – i have a little information about it. I have only 1 book about funiculars, it is not enought to write a good project. Could you help me and send some usefull information??

    Yours faithfully, Maria.

  2. Hello Maria, thanks for your comment.
    Funimag.com is enterely devoted to funiculars since 1996! I thinks it is a good way to browse into Funimag to see how funiculars have been implemented all around the world for centuries.
    Don’t forget to browse also my blog ‘photoblog’.
    Manufacturers page is also a good way to approach actual manufacturers of funiculars.
    Also Google books can be a good way to find online books.
    To find funicular books, a good way is to search into online libraries all around the world.
    For example, in France:
    CNAM
    http://cnum.cnam.fr/recherche_avancee/Recherche_avancee.html
    Gallica
    http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k91046c.r=funiculaires.langEN

    Hope this is useful for you,
    Cheers
    Funimag

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