Bunlar bazı büyük asansör ve yürüyen merdiven şirketleri.

Asansör ve yürüyen merdiven markalarıMenşeiKurulduğu YılNoteLogo
DoverUnited States1955Formerly known as Rotary Lift. Acquired by Thyssen in 1999.Dover Elevator Logo
Express LiftNorthampton, United Kingdom1917Acquired by Otis in 1997.Old Express Lifts Logo
FujitecOsaka, Japan1948Fujitec logo
HyundaiSouth Korea1984Logo
KoneFinland1910Third largest elevator manufacturer in the world. It is also the pioneer of machine room less elevator system.KONE (1999)
Mitsubishi ElectricJapan1931 (elevator division)Mitsubishi Electric
OtisUnited States1853The largest elevator manufacturer in the world.Otis United
SchindlerSwitzerland1874Second largest elevator manufacturer in the world, and the largest escalator manufacturer in the world.Logo-schindler
SigmaChangwon, South Korea2000A subsidiary company of Otis Elevator Korea in South Korea, this is a brand for overseas/export markets. Basically their elevators are Otis made in South Korea but branded as Sigma.Sigma (New Logo)
ThyssenGermany1871Defunct as part of the merger with Krupp to form ThyssenKrupp.Thyssen (Original Logo)
thyssenkruppGermany1999Fourth largest elevator manufacturer in the world.RS149068 tk Primary Logo 4c 35mm Kopie-hpr

Other historic companies

These are some other historic or small elevator and escalator companies that are only found in certain countries.

Elevator and escalator brandsOriginYear establishedNoteLogo
A & P StevenUnited Kingdom (Scotland)1850Defunct.A&P. Steven antique logo 2
AmtechUnited States1968Bought Reliable Elevator Co. in 1985, and became Amtech Reliable Elevator Co..
AnlevCanada?Reformed to the Anlev Elex Elevator in 2008.
Anlev ElexHong Kong2008Reformed from both Anlev and Elex in 2008.
ArmorUnited States1938Acquired by Kone in 1981.Armor logo
Ascensores ExcelsiorEspaña1923Spanish Elevator companyLogo ascensores excelsior slogan trazado DISCUBRE 150X84
ASEASweden1883Elevator division merged with Graham Brothers in 1962.
Asea GrahamSweden1960sAcquired by Kone in 1968.Asea Graham
Atlas (Brazil)Brazil1918Elevadores Atlas S.A. or simply known as Atlas. It was acquired by Schindler in 1999 then become Atlas Schindler. Was the largest elevator and escalator brand in Brazil and continues to be the largest under Schindler.Elevatlaslogo
Automobile Rotary Lift Co.United States1925Changed to Dover Corp. in 1955.Rotary Lift logo
Axel LiftsItaly1989Axel-L9957
Bennie LiftsUnited Kingdom1900sAcquired by Kone in 1986.Bennie Lift logo 70s
BoralAustralia?Elevator division was taken over by Otis in 1995.Boral
CantonUnited StatesUnknownBased in North Canton, Ohio.
CNIMFrance?CNIM logo
DaldossItaly1945Founded by Corrado Daldoss, it’s now a company specializing service, freight, compact and machine room less elevators, and platform lifts.Gruppo 3
DeveSweden1923Acquired by Schindler in 1990.Deve logo
Dong YangSouth Korea1966Acquired by ThyssenKrupp in 2003.Dong Yang badge
Doppler LiftsGreeceFebuary 2000Logo doppler
ElectraIsrael1945Electra logo
Elevators Pty. Ltd.Australia1955Acquired by Kone in 1987.TBA
Elex LiftsItaly1985Reformed to the Anlev Elex Elevator in 2008.Elex-logo-vn
Ellis & McDougallUnited Kingdom (Scotland)1964Acquired by Kone in 1992Ellis mcd logo
Evans LiftsLeichester, United Kingdom1919Acquired by Otis in 1982.TBA
FalconiItaly1890’sAcquired by Otis in 1984.Falconi logo
FiamItaly1939Acquired by Kone in 1985.Fiam (Full Name)
General Elevator Corp. (CA, older)United StatesUnknownBought out by ABM in 1968, forming Amtech
GiantZhejiang, China1951Founded in 1951 as Huzhou Elevator Factory. In 2005, the company made a joint-venture with Kone called GiantKONE Elevator Co. Ltd.GiantBrand
GoldStarSouth Korea1968Changed to LG (Lucky Goldstar) in 1995.GoldStar logo
GuangriChina1996Founded by Hitachi LimitedGuangri logo
Hammond & ChampnessUnited Kingdom1905Acquired by Dover in 1971, and hence later merged into Thyssen in 1999.MOV 0294 01-1-1
HaughtonUnited States1890Founded in Toledo, OH by Nataniel Haughton. It was bought by Schindler in 1979 and later became Schindler Haughton.Haughton logo
HaushahnStuttgart, Germany1889Was the largest family-held elevator company in Germany. It was acquired by Schindler in 1998.Haushahn current logo
HitachiJapan1910Elevator division was established in the 1920s.Corp id large
HostingNingbo, Zhejiang, China1993Founded by Ningbo Xinda Group in 1993Logo hosting
IFEGuangdong, China1988IFE
IGVMilan, Italy1966Wheelchair lift division also known as DomusLift.IGV-Logo
Imperial (New York)United States?Imperial (New York) likely no longer exists.
IndoliftSurabaya, Indonesia1980sAbsorbed by Kone and became PT. Kone Indo Elevator.Indolift logo
IsraliftIsrael1961Acquired by Kone in 2013.Isralift
J&E HallUnited Kingdom1785Elevator and escalator division was acquired by Otis in 1967.
Johns & WaygoodAustralia1892Acquired by Perry Engineering in the 1970s.Johns&Waygood logo door sills
JohnsonIndia1960s (?)Based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
KfirIsrael1975Kfir logo
KieslingUnited States?Kiesling likely no longer exists.
KleemannKilkis, Greece19832% of new installations worldwide.Kleemann
K.M. WhiteUnited States?K.M. White was bought out by Armor.
Koppel A.W.Italy1958Logo
LGSouth Korea1995An elevator and escalator division of LG Electronics. It was acquired by Otis in 1999.LG
MANGermany1895Elevator division was taken over by Thyssen in 1984 and became Thyssen-MAN.MAN liftname
Marryat & ScottUnited Kingdom1860sAcquired by Kone in 1979. Kone-Marryat-Scott brand was used until the late 1980s on certain applications.MS logo escalator
MEIUnited States1971MEI stands for Minnesota Elevator Inc. Currently based in Mankato, Minnesota.
Miami ElevatorUnited StatesUnknownA former elevator company based in Miami, FL and it puts its label on most DOVER elevators. Most are not installations, but are modernizations.
MontgomeryUnited States1892Acquired by Kone in 1994.Screen Shot 2012-12-05 at 8.10.45 PM
Morris VermaportNottingham, United Kingdom1979This company also manufactures shopping cart conveyors worldwide.Morris Vermaport logo
MP LiftsSpain1990MP Lifts logo
Nippon (Japan)Japan1954Acquired by Schindler in 1987.Nippon otis401
Omega ElevatorsSpainSeptember 1989Omega
Orenstein & KoppelGermany1876A major German engineering company which specialize railway vehicles, construction equipment, elevators, and escalators. Kone bought the escalator division in 1987 and was branded as “O&K KONE”. The remaining shares of O&K were bought by Kone in 1995.O&K
Orona/Electra VitoriaSpain1982Orona logo
PayneUnited States1902Formerly installed elevators. Now, they maintain, and possibly modernize elevators.
PeerlessUnited States?Peerless likely no longer exists.
Pickerings LiftsUnited Kingdom1854The largest and oldest independent elevator manufacturer in the United Kingdom.Pickerings1
R. StahlGermany1876Elevator division was split from the company and taken over by Rheinstahlin 1970.Stahl logo
Reliable Elevator Co.United StatesExisted in 1983Founded by former U.S. elevator employees. In 1985, they were bought out by Amtech.
RheinstahlGermanyUnknownBought by Thyssen AG in 1973 and changed to Thyssen Industrie AG in 1976.Logo rheinstahl
SabiemItaly?Acquired by Kone in 1987.Sabiem
SchlierenSwitzerland1895Acquired by Schindler in 1960.1119e2cda39097e5bd103a00c059a933
SeabergUnited States1915Based in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. They installed elevators in New York. Defunct no earlier than 1980.
SEC ElevatorsSlovenia1967Sec logo
SemagItalyUnknownSemag logo
SergeUnited StatesUnknownBased in New York, NY. It was bought by Fujitec in 2001.
Shenyang BrilliantChinaSeptember 2001Also known as Shenyang BLT or simply BLT, it is the largest self-owned elevator company in China, and a parent company of Shenyang Yuanda Enterprise Group in China.Blt logo
SITESItaly1964Sites logo
SJECChina1992Sjec logos
SmartriseUnited StatesUnknownBased in Sacramento, California
StaleyUnited States1899Based in New York, New York, U.S.A. They installed elevators in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Defunct no earlier than 1998, possibly defunct in 2004.StaleyLogo
StannahUnited Kingdom1867A company that also manufactures stairlifts and sold them in some countries.Stannah-logo
StiglerItaly1860The first elevator manufacturer in Italy. It was acquired by Otis in 1947.Stigler-Logo
SÛRBrazil1964Acquired by Thyssen in 1999.Elevadores Sur logo
ThymanThailand1977Was a distributor of Kone in Thailand from 1993 and was acquired by Kone in 2005.TBA
ToshibaJapan1966 (elevator division)Logo Toshiba
TriboroUnited States?Triboro likely no longer exists.
U.S. ElevatorUnited States1970Was part of Cubic Corporation. Acquired by ThyssenKrupp in 2000.USLogo
VertitronUnited StatesUnknownBased in Mankato, Minnesota
Výtahy OstravaCzech Republic1947Based in Ostrava.Vytachyostravalogo
WaupacaUnited States1957Based in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Waygood & Co.United Kingdom1903Merged with Otis in 1914.WaygoodOtislogo
WestinghouseUnited States1945Acquired by Schindler in 1988.Westinghouse logo
WestmontUnited StatesUnknownA company that makes belt type moving walkways.
YungtayTaiwan1966Was a distributor of Hitachi elevators in Taiwan. It has a sister company called Shanghai Yungtay Elevator Equipment Co. Ltd.Yungtay logo
ZREMBPoland1965A Polish elevator brand formed in 1965 based in Warsaw. Elevators were manufactured under license from ASEA Graham.

Subsidiary companies

These are some elevator companies which are owned by a major elevator company or other corporations, or just elevator and escalator divisions belongs to another corporation. Some of them were founded after a major elevator company had a joint venture with a local elevator company..

Elevator and escalator brandsOriginYear establishedNoteLogo
ChevalierHong Kong, China1970A company which distributes and maintains Toshiba elevators in Hong Kong, mainland China, and Singapore, as well as distributing IFE elevators in Singapore. In addition, it has a long term partnership with Toshiba Elevator and Building Systems Corporation.Chevalier logo
Express EvansUnited Kingdom1997A subsidiary company of Otis in the United Kingdom. It was founded when Otis bought Express Lift. Otis used this brand to sell cheaper elevators, to keep the reputation of the Otis brand.
GiantKONEZhejiang, China2005Formed when Kone had a joint venture with Zhejiang Giant Holdings Ltd.42219 GiantKONE-Logo
HaushahnStuttgart, Germany1889Was the largest family-owned elevator company in Germany. It was acquired by Schindler in 1998 and now part of Schindler.Haushahn current logo
LiftmaterialGermany1966Formerly known as Lift Munich as a supplier of generic elevator parts in Germany. It was a part of Sematic Group since 2000. Until on August 11, 2015, Sematic Group was taken over by Wittur Group. It becomes a subsidiary of Wittur Group.LM Wittur
MacGregorSweden1937A company providing marine cargo flow solutions and service, including elevators and escalators for ships. It manufactures elevators used for cruise ships under the name MacGregor-Kone. Since 2005, MacGregor is part of Kone Corporation.MCG logo
MashibaMalaysia1983Malaysian subsidiary of Toshiba Elevator and Building Systems Corporation. Founded in 1983 as a joint-venture between MS Group and Toshiba. They manufactures elevators and escalators under the name MASHIBA and sells them in Malaysia and to other Southeast Asian countries.
Shanghai MitsubishiShanghai, China1987Subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Elevator.SM logo
SigmaSouth Korea2000A subsidiary company of Otis Elevator Korea in South Korea, this is a brand for overseas/export markets. Basically their elevators are Otis made in South Korea but branded as Sigma.Sigma (New Logo)
Xizi OtisHangzhou, China1997Founded as part of a joint venture between Otis and Xizi Elevator Group in Hangzhou, China. It is Otis’s fifth subsidiary companies in China and one of the largest elevator companies in China.Xi-zi Otis
XJ SchindlerChina2011Formed as the result of a joint venture between Schindler and XJ Elevator.XJS

Merging brand companies

These were mostly founded or formed after a major company took over a local elevator company, and they usually lasted for only few years.

Elevator and escalator brandsOriginYear establishedNoteLogo
LG-OTISSouth Korea2000A merging brand between Otis and LG Elevators in South Korea. The brand was renamed to OTIS-LG Elevator Company in 2003 and later Otis Elevator Company in 2006.LG-OTIS
Kone Marryat ScottUnited Kingdom1979Merging brand between Kone and Marryat & Scott, founded shortly after Kone bought Marryat & Scott in 1979. This brand name was used for few times until in the late 1980s.
Montgomery KONEUnited States1994Formed after Kone bought Montgomery. The brand name was officially defunct in 1999.9ce5ab36b9c18483b60886b233d6cbd8
Schindler HaughtonUnited States1979Founded when Schindler bought out Haughton. The brand lasted until 1989.Schindler Haughton Logo 1925-1974
Thyssen DoverUnited States1999Founded when Thyssen bought out Dover. The company finished merging with Krupp in 2001 to form ThyssenKrupp.
ThyssenKrupp DongyangSouth KoreaOctober 2003Formed after ThyssenKrupp bought Dong Yang. The brand was defunct in 2008 and now known simply as ThyssenKrupp in South Korea.ThyssenKrupp Dongyang name

Wheelchair/platform lift companies

These are the companies that produces wheelchair/platform lifts for mobility needs.

Elevator and escalator brandsOriginYear establishedNoteLogo
AritcoSweden1995One of the world leading manufacturers of platform lifts and home lifts for private homes and public buildings.AritcoLogo
Cibes LiftSweden1947A brand of the Cibes Lift Group which also owns the Kalea Lifts and NTD Lifts brands.CibesLift-Logo
DomusLiftMilan, Italy1998The IGV’s wheelchair lift division.
One of the leading Italian manufacturers of elevators for private and public buildings designed for mobility needs.
Sokak asansörleriİtalya1898Cibes Lift Group’un bir markası. Ürünleri Cibes Lift markadır, ancak Kalea Lifts markası altında markalı ve pazarlanmaktadır.KaleaLifts-Bells
Motala AsansörlerİsveçBilinmeyenŞimdi Kone’nin bir parçası . Engelli hareket kabiliyeti olan kişiler için erişilebilirliği geliştirmek için düşük hızlı asansörler üreticisidir.Motala Hissar-Logo
thyssenkrupp Ev ÇözümleriAlmanya1990’larEv asansörü, tekerlekli sandalye asansörü ve merdiven asansörü üreten thyssenkrupp’un bir bölümü.ThyssenKrupp

Geçici asansör şirketleri

Bunlar çoğunlukla inşaat projeleri için geçici asansör montajı yapan şirketler.

Asansör ve yürüyen merdiven markalarıMenşeiKuruluş yılıNotLogo
Alimak Hekİsveç1948İnşaat asansörleri, endüstriyel asansörler ve iş platformları sağlayan bir İsveç şirketi.Alimak hek logosu
RecoHollanda2010’larGeçici asansör tesisatı sağlayan Hollandalı bir şirket.RECO Logosu
USA HoistAmerika Birleşik DevletleriBilinmeyenİnşaat asansörleri, raf & pinyon asansörler ve raf & pinyon eğimli asansörler üreten bir şirket.ABD Vinç Logosu OG

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