Austrian CraneSystems GmbH
- Headquarter: Upper Austria
- Federal states: Lower Austria
- Industry sectors: Service providers, Trade & wholesale, Industry & production
Export shareSouthern Europe, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Northern Europe, Central America, South America, Namibia, Taiwan
The company was incorporated on the 10th of November 1989 under the name of R. STAHL GesmbH., Conveyor Technology, in Linz and was incorporated as a 100% subsidiary of the R. STAHL Germany, a global corporation in the sector conveyor technology.
In 1992, the company relocated from Linz to Steyregg where the construction, production, installation and services were continuously expanded. In early 2006, a worldwide strategic reorientation of the global group led to the formation of the STAHL CraneSystems GmbH.
In May of 2009, the company AUSTRIAN CRANE SYSTEMS GMBH was founded through an MBO. Herbert Lehner, experienced crane builder, employed in the company since 1991, took over the company management in 2003. Since May 2009, he is the main shareholder of AUSTRIAN CRANE SYSTEMS. His specialty is to build in-house developments such as the RADIO CRANE \\\”MADE IN AUSTRIA\\\”, other fully automated systems and to further develop and market other concepts.
Since 1.1.2012: The new headquarters are located in Steyregg in the Gewerbeallee 16
Products and services
Austrian Crane Systems GmbH, a certified company, offers customers from nearly all sectors high-quality products, solutions and services in the area of overhead material handling technology in the payload range from 50 kg to nearly 250,000 kg at a fair price.
All products are also available in explosion-proof versions, and this not only for the chemical industry. In the field of NEW SYSTEMS, domestic and international, the company offer its clients consulting, conception, construction, production, installation, training and maintenance all the way up to turnkey systems. First-class quality of service provides customers with significant advantages of: high availability of systems, long-term value retention, maximum security, troubleshooting, maintenance and recurring inspection, repair and renovation, reconstruction and modernization, and an extensive supply of spare parts (for all makes and models).