The construction of the gigantic Moscow International Business Center, also referred to as Moscow City, carries on and STROS hoists are helping build the Mercury Tower, Federation Tower and Eurasia skyscrapers.
In mid February of 2012 a contract was signed with the French company La Lorraine for the delivery of a permanently installed elevator for a manufacturing facility in Kladno, Czech Republic. The company produces fresh, as well as frozen pastry, which can be baked done in supermarkets.
Our US distributor, Hoist-Co, Inc., exhibited at the Electric Power show held in Baltimore, Maryland, between May 15 and 17. It is an important event in the power generating industry, hosting over 100 exhibitors and attracting international attendees. In addition to the Electric Power show, Hoist-Co, Inc. also regularly participates in the Power Gen show.
STROS made its first sale of construction hoists to Australia, when a new customer from Sydney bought three of our NOV 2738 UP F7 in dual configuration, that is six hoist cars in total.
When our representative in Hungary turned to us in November 2009 with a request to replace an old Alimak elevator and supply a new service elevator for the smoke stack of a Fötáv municipal heating plant in Budapest, there seemed to be no problem. The elevator was supposed to be built for a height of 205 m, 10 landings, a capacity of 500 kg, and controlled by a frequency converter. It was to be installed inside the reinforced concrete envelope of the smoke stack. We have had a lot of experience with such projects.
It took over three years to successfully finalize the delivery of two NOV 1532 UP F6 hoists, which are now working on the construction of the giant bridge across the Dnieper in Zaporizhia, Ukraine.
In October 2009, we completed the supply and assembly of a permanent elevator on a chimney at the Siekierki power station in Poland's capital, Warsaw up to a height of 170 metres. It is the second such special elevator supplied to our Polish partner.
Within the frame of technologies innovation and with the help of EU endowment plan, towards the end of the last year there was bought by STROS a new milling machine from a German company KESEL for gear racks production. Technical data of the machine and its technological possibilities are mentioned in enclosed leaflet. This new technology raised the productivity of existing outdated workshop. Company STROS uses gear racks module 8 and length 1508 mm for its own hoists’ drive units. Considering increasing capacity, this technology is also offered to co-operative custom production.
An innovative process arm is what sold Czech hoist manufacturer STROS on ABB’s IRB 1600ID robot solution……