Press

28
Apr 2017

First fully automatic parking tower for bikes goes into operation

Friolzheim, 28th April 2017 – City Deputy Mayor Martin Killinger, School Director Jürgen Schwarz, and Otto W hr GmbH Directors Jens Niepelt and Wolfgang Fr lich formally opened the Bikesafe bicycle parking tower at the Rutesheim Education Centre. Now up to 122 additional bicycles can be safely housed at the school. The Friolzheim manufacturer of car parking systems and the Rutesheim Education Centre teamed up for this project in 2016. Installation of W hr’s first fully automatic parking system for bicycles began during the summer holiday, and is now ready for use. Pupils and teachers will be able to use the bicycle parking system at no charge for five years.

16
Jan 2017

WÖHR makes parking smart

Otto WÖHR GmbH also makes your parking processes smart. At the BAU 2017, the world’s leading trade fair event for architecture, materials and systems, the company is presenting new Combilift solutions monitored using a mobile app. Intelligent living concepts are thus expanded to include additional functions not only capable of making everyday life easier but also of making the most of the space you have available.

16
Jan 2017

the ecologically correct decision when it comes to parking

The German Federal government predicts that approximately six million electric vehicles will be travelling around on German roads by year 2030. To this purpose, WÖHR already has a range of charging stations on offer, suitable for all types of parking systems – including consulting services and advice on installation for what concerns the various different charging technologies.

16
Jan 2017

The Latest Addition

The new Parklift 450 is designed to replace its predecessor, the Parklift 440. The advantages of this newly redeveloped system lie in the reduced installation dimensions, while the vehicle dimensions remain unchanged.

16
Jan 2017

The advantages of the new development are in the reduced assembly dimensions with unchanged vehicle dimensions

The new Parklift 405 enters the market with the same innovations as the Parklift 450 and also has a further advantage. With even lower ceiling height, the same sized vehicles can be parked as in the Parklift 450, while the lower parking space is inclined. This is a response to growing car dimensions and shrinking space size. The lower platform is accessible with a gradient of 14%. The upper platform has a minimum inclination of 2%, which helps with drainage of the upper parking space.