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LIFTjournal 1-2019

Wittur renforces its team introducing four new people. 
Sabine Kemnitzer and Uwe Meier are technical and commercial contacts for Wittur and Sematic components. 
Dominic Haf is reinforcing the Wittur Team "Technical support/after-sales Wittur components", while Dieter Pechler is reinforcing the Wittur Team "Spare parts Wittur components".
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LIFTjournal 1-2019

Wittur announces the availability of Fineline door in a new execution with restrictor device for coupling with manual swing landing doors according to the requirements of EN81-20/50.
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LIFTjournal 6-2018

Together over 100 years of experience, technical knowledge and high quality standards - reason enough for the two managing directors Klaus Gerhards (GF Wittur GmbH) and Urs Affolter (GF LM Liftmaterial GmbH) to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Wittur in Germany together.
Antoine Doutriaux (CEO of the Wittur Group), Christoph Kaml (CFO of the Wittur Group), Geoffroy Durandet (Managing Director Europe) and Ahmet Kanbolat (Managing Director Euroasia and Systems) gave the guests a hearty welcome. 
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Subir y Bajar 124

Wittur's  50th anniversary was celebrated on 7 December in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Group's CEO, Antoine Doutriaux, and Giorgio Scarabello, managing director Americas, participated in the celebrations of this important event. 
The visitors kindly agreed to give an interview - together with Fernando Luje, general manager of Wittur in Argentina and director of Sales in South America - to discuss Wittur Group's strategy in the global market and the current characteristics of the elevator markets.
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Tek Gündem, 15 April 2018

WITTUR has introduced the new generation elevator door "Wittur Core" with a splendid meeting.
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Elevador Brazil 146, December 2017

Special three-, four- and six-sheet doors and slings for hydraulic lifts are now being manufactured in Brazil

With almost 50 years of existence, the Wittur Group has been refurbished worldwide, aiming for greater efficiency and synergy. The most significant recent change was the acquisition in 2016 of  Sematic , consolidating Wittur as a leading and truly global supplier to the elevator and elevator components industry.

In relation to the Brazilian operation, as a celebration of the 20 years of presence in the country, the great change was the inauguration of the new plant, in the city of Londrina (PR), also in 2016. This factory, built entirely from scratch, made this suitable operation for the production of doors, with the existing production of car door operators and landing door mechanisms. 

Sticking to an organizational restructuring, which impressed even more dynamism, Wittur Brasil already takes the first steps to establish its market leadership in Brazil.



 
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LIFTjournal 1-2017

If you are an elevator professional, you know this feeling: you have an elevator modernization project at hand, you get  into  the shaft and measure everything, you check the status of existing components and make a list of what should be updated. Then you come back to the office and start thinking about the best tools available to avoid extra on-site works that are always a hassle.
And the fact is, there is an incredible diversity of elevator installations out there, and in many cases the new door that was installed in a breeze in the last project just can’t fit in the new project at hand, or it is not available in the peculiar finish of the building, or maybe the building owners really would like to have panoramic doors instead.
It seems that you can’t have it all with just one door. This is why Wittur Group provides you with multiple choices as far as modernization is concerned. Together they provide you with every feature you might like to use, and then some.
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Elevator World, Jan 2017

A new  Wittur  product seeks to serve as an ideal solution for modernization projects: The MRM W Line, designed following the principles of modularity and scalability, consist in a full range from 320-kg to 1050-kg rated load, 1-mps rated speed and 30-m travel height. This paper by Alberto Soriano was presented at   Madrid 2016, the International Congress on Vertical Transportation Technologies,
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Elevator World, October 2016

Some elements of building design, such as the elevator, are usually considered from a strictly utilitarian point of view. The elevator must first and foremost provide safe and reliable transportation for the people living and working there. This is why many building designs, although impressive, are not innovative as far as building transportation is concerned. The elevator is treated as a commodity that needs to be provided and not as a design element in and of itself.
Today, the elevator is not always just about moving people; sometimes, it can be a distinctive, iconic feature of the building itself. Aside from its functional ability, it can serve as a focal point of any building, providing a combination of elegant finishes and visibility. It can offer unexplored possibilities to turn architects’ and designers’ ideas into reality.
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Lift Journal August 2016

Combined company will become one of the significant global manufacturers of components, modules and complete systems for the entire elevator industry 
On April 1st, Wittur announced that it had successfully completed the closing of its acquisition of the Sematic Group, a leading supplier of elevators and elevator components headquartered in Osio Sotto, Italy. After few months, the integration processes are proceeding at full speed ahead and the new combined company is taking shape.
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