KLEEMANN S.A.

KLEEMANN is a Hellenic multinational company which operates in the fields of lifts manufacturing, designing and selling. It offers complete lift solutions, moving walks and escalators, car parking systems, stairlifts for people with reduced mobility and dumbwaiters. The German technical know-how along with the high quality of materials KLEEMANN uses, characterize the company as the “1st choice in lifts”.

Following successful strategies and careful investments, KLEEMANN maintains its presence with subsidiaries and sales offices in 10 countries. With company owned manufacturing facilities in China, Hellas and Serbia, KLEEMANN answers to the needs of every market always using state of the art mechanical equipment according to its high safety standards.

KLEEMANN exports to over 90 countries worldwide and it owns 2% of the global lift market. Some of the most significant projects that have implemented KLEEMANN technology, worldwide are the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth, UK, the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, the American Express Brighton Stadium in Brighton, UK, the OBEL Building in Belfast, Ireland, the Art Museum of Tallinn in Estonia, the Ferrari – Maserati Exhibition Center in Sydney, Australia etc.

Part of KLEEMANN’s differentiation strategy is the emphasis on design. The company cooperates with the world famous industrial designer Andreas Zapatinas in order to maximize passenger satisfaction and meet every need or aesthetic demand.

In addition, KLEEMANN lays particular interest on innovation in products and services. It has one of the tallest testing towers in Europe which contributes to the development of new high-rise high-speed and other special lifts. Moreover, the company provides innovative e-services as the Lift Tester application and the Virtual Online showroom.

With wide product range, 24hour service, premium pre and after sales support, customization expertise and state of the art manufacturing, KLEEMANN offers superior quality and unparalleled safety.