STAHL CraneSystems invited nine of its crane building partners from the Asia-Pacific Region to participate in a joint training course. Hosting the meeting in August 2011 were Messrs. ALLA Co. Ltd. from Bangkok, who made their training centre available for the event.
The goal of the training course in Bangkok was to reinforce partners’ technical knowledge and provide background information on the latest products. At the same time the meeting was a chance to intensify contacts between partners and STAHL CraneSystems, learning learn more about crane builders’ requirements with regard to specific countries.
Over three days, instructor Denis Zunic and product manager Mario Ehrler, who had travelled from Künzelsau for this course, dealt with the maintenance and repair of wire rope and chain hoists, as well as the SLE 21 condition monitoring device, demonstrated the CraneGuide software and explained details on endcarriages and the new SW winch.
Several partners were able to employ the new winch in projects in the weeks following the training course. Namsung Machinery sold an SW winch with 160 t S.W.L. to a power station in Panama, ALLA installed two 180 t winches in a power station in Thailand and JEC supplied a 135 t winch to a power station in Hong Kong.
The Thai host, ALLA Co. Ltd. is one of STAHL CraneSystems’ major crane building partners in Asia. The two companies have been in cooperation for 18 years now. One mainstay is the automotive sector – Thailand is often described as the Detroit of Asia as regards automotive engineering. Other important branches are power station construction, petrochemical, oil and gas plants, and steel production.
STAHL CraneSystems successfully rehearsed this blend of partners’ meeting and training course recently on the premises of Messrs. Kaulfuß in Reinbek, northern Germany, attended by 16 fitters from seven German crane building partners.
- ALLA, Thailand
- Excellift, Malaysia
- Rotomatik, Singapur
- PT Wirya Krenindo Perkasa, Indonesien
- TEC Cranes, Vietnam
- The Jardine Engineering Corporation (JEC), Hong Kong
- Namsung Machinery, South Korea
- Le Wei Enterprise, Taiwan
- Raychi Machinery, Taiwan