In the current context, cities are severely affected by the parking crisis. The number of cars has grown at a very fast pace, posing major problems to the process of urban development. Travelling by car is a necessity, as most of the workplaces are outside the cities, while the homes, the headquarters of the state institutions, the hospitals, the polyclinics, the kindergartens, the schools and the universities are inside the city. In conclusion, there is a need for parking both at home and within the city. ELMAS, the regional specialist in the field of lifting equipment, proposes advanced solutions for the parking place crisis, which can satisfy the needs of the cities.
What the students who did their internship and who chose to remain employees of the Brașov company say.
The Brasov-based company ELMAS, a leader in the field of material handling, planned an investment budget of four million euros for this year, after last year, due to the pandemic, it was forced to stop all significant investments. "Last year we completed the setup works at ELMAS Development and Innovation Center, provided for in the investment of approximately 900,000 euros started in 2019, say the company's representatives.
Elmas Brașov, a company specialized in lifting systems, has won the first prize at the Elevator World “Project of the Year 2021” global competition, the category “Special-Purpose Lifts”, with the project “Pasărea Măiastră - Platform for passengers” for the technical solution proposed.
With a tradition of over 65 years, Elevator World Inc. USA is the publisher of Elevator World, a magazine distributed worldwide to all specialists in the field of elevators. Participation in the international competition “Project of the Year”, in its 23rd edition, is 100% free and open to all elevator manufacturers in the world.
For the technical solution adopted, Elmas Brașov, a company specialized in lifting equipment, has won for the third consecutive time the Elevator World “Project of the Year 2021” global competition, the category “Special-Purpose Lifts”, with the project “Pasărea Măiastră - Platform for passengers”.
Specialized in the lifting equipment industry, the ELMAS company from Brasov has signed a contract with an European partner to produce two industrial cranes with load capacity for 150 and, respectively 360 tones.
After the success registered last year with the unique elevator from Bran Castle, the Romanian company based in Brasov, ELMAS, was awarded this year as well, at the world competition organized by Elevator World USA, "Special purpose lifts" category, with the lift MEGA ELEVATOR delivered and mounted in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Elmas Brasov was awarded within the event of the National Top of Companies - the county phase, organized by CCIBV, for the activity of remanufacturing Linde forklift trucks.
Elmas has been the Official Country Partner of Demag Cranes&Components GmbH in Romania for more than 25 years.
A 100% Romanian project, the elevator installed in the Time Tunnel at the Bran Castle, has been recognized internationally, the uniqueness of this model making the jurors of the world contest ”Elevator World”, which was held in the USA, to award it the first prize in the category "Special purpose elevators”. Among the elevators that have entered this world competition and have been awarded in other categories have been models produced by renowned manufacturers from Germany, Great Britain, USA or Japan (Mitsubishi Electric).
As an authorized dealer of Mitsubishi Electric - Elevators & Escalators in Romania, company Elmas held a seminar on 25 October 2018 in Bucharest covering "Quality in Motion".
The participants present at the event got full details of the current technical solutions on Mitsubishi elevators and the ways of integrating them into the architectural projects.
The MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC premium elevators are marketed by in Romania by our company since 2011.
The concept developed by the German manufacturer Linde Material Handling has provided access to the latest technology in the field of electric forklifts. The Roadshow held in Russia, Slovenia, Slovakia arrived in Romania on October 16, 2018, at the work point Elmas of Ploiesti.
The event on 7 June 2018 organized at the Elmas factory in Brasov marked the completion of 25 years of partnership with the German manufacturer of industrial cranes and components - Demag Cranes&Components. Based on the signing of the representation agreement in 1993, Elmas has continuously developed the Demag industrial crane line of business and is today offering through its design, sales, assembly and service departments a complete package of premium products and services dedicated to the market requirements. Since 2004, Elmas has been manufacturing in Brasov industrial cranes under the Demag license with loads up to 300 tons and gauges up to 40 meters, at high quality standards. Following major investments made in the industrial cranes and metal structures factory of Brasov, since 2014 the company increases its production capacity and incorporates the production of the new V type travelling canes (2016), product of the German partner DEMAG engineering.
Company Elmas, dealer of Linde Material Handling in Romania organized a seminar on 19 April 2018 at the headquarters in Brasov under the name "Linde forklift trucks remanufactured by Elmas ".
The qualitative level of the developed products and the accumulated experience define the company dynamism on the lifting equipment market.
The investments made in recent years have increased the ability to export quality products into an integrated system of the highest standards.
We have created a portfolio of export products that are tailored to the market requirements: industrial cranes, elevators, metal structures, material platforms and more.
Through our current production facilities, we have the ability to develop customized value-added products in accordance with the European norms and standards in the field of lifting equipment.
Today, the export represents 12% of the turnover achieved by the company and is constantly growing from year to year. We export to EU countries and non-EU countries, such as Israel or Norway.