Datwyler Travelling Cable
Datwyler Travelling Cable is known as the best and oldest elevator cable travel in the elevator industry of the world and Iran. Datwyler, as a leading manufacturer of elevator cable travel system, power transmission and data transmission cables, with an age of more than 100 years, continues to produce all kinds of elevator cable travel in compliance with international standards.
Invisible to the passengers inside the elevator cabin, Travel Datwyler does its work every day around the world with the highest precision. Datwyler cable travel transfers current and data between the elevator cabin and the control system and is used in the fastest elevators and tallest buildings in the world with its high resistance and flawless performance.
History of Datwyler
Datwyler’s story begins in 1915 and in the middle of the First World War, when “Adolf Datwyler”, the son of a Swiss farmer from the small town of Aargau near Zurich, decided to manage the debt-ridden factory schweizerische Draht-und Gummiwerke, which was producing Wire and rubber was busy in the city of Altdorf, to show their courage and ambition.
Det Weiler's first investment
In June 1917, Adolf det Weiler bought the factory with the help of a group of investors for 2.25 million Swiss francs in cash, a bold move that was wrong on the surface but would change the future of industry and technology.
Datwyler's first production
The beginning of the Datwyler family empire was formed in 1920 when Adolf Datwyler bought the majority of the shares of the company, now the Datwyler family was the major shareholder of the company, Adolph Datwyler with a good understanding of the needs of his time in the period from 1921 to 1926 when the demand for wire had increased, he focused on the production of wires and cables for the production of telephones.
Beginning of Det Weiler Holding
The first step in the construction of the large Datwyler holding was taken in 1935 with the purchase of the American Firestone tire and rubber factory in the small town of Pratteln near Basel. It aroused
Datwyler's innovation in World War II
World War II caused a severe shortage of raw materials for rubber production. In the turbulent situation of the European industry, Det Weiler was looking for a solution to compensate for the deficit and the need of the tire and tire market, and finally in 1940 he established the largest factory for the recovery of used tires and tires in the city of Altdorf, Switzerland. At the same time, due to the limited use of automobiles due to the World War, Datwyler started producing bicycle tires under the Bullcord brand.
The end of Datwyler in the tire industry
After 40 years of unparalleled profitability for Datwyler, the Firestone plant was sold to the American parent company in 1975 and later to the Japanese company Bridgestone in 1988.
Production of the first high voltage cable
Datwyler’s innovations from the years of World War II testify to the fact that Datwyler was astute in identifying the future needs of industries and even in difficult times it created Datwyler success stories, in 1944 the factory produced the first high-voltage cable with plastic insulation. As a pioneering achievement, Datwyler Switzerland was put into practical use in various industries. Also this year, based on advanced and unique plastic technology, Datwyler launched the production line of Plastokork floor coverings in the factory.
Datwyler and production of safety equipment
With the purchase of the Gummi Maag AG Zurich factory in 1947, which is operating today under the name of Maagtechnic, Det Weiler Holding started the business of rubber parts and safety equipment.
Det Weiler and the shock absorber industry
In 1949, Datwyler bought part of the shares of Stahlrohr AG Rothrist (now Rothrist Rohr (Schweiz) AG), Datwyler’s share later increased to 100%. The company is now the largest manufacturer of high precision gas spring tubes for the automotive, machinery and furniture industries.
The beginning of a new generation of Datwyler
By the mid-1950s, the next generation of the Datwyler family, Peter and Max Datwyler, was ready to play its role in the Datwyler empire. After completing their studies, both of Adolf Datwyler’s sons received on-the-job training at the Altdorf and Pratteln factories, as well as in the United States. Datwyler, now more than 50 years old, was booming and in need of a change, so with the founder’s power waning, his sons sought to form a large holding company.
The last product of Adolf Det Weiler
The production of TV cables was the last product of the Datwyler factory in Switzerland, which was formed during the lifetime of Adolf Datwyler in 1956.
The end of the life of Adolf Det Weiler
The autumn of 1958 was the end of the life of Adolf Datwyler, the founder of the great Datwyler company, a great manager and entrepreneur for whom the strong roots of being Swiss were always important, traditional Swiss values such as quality, reliability and trust, which after 100 years are still at the forefront of Datwyler products. Weiler is all over the world.
Det Weiler, founder of Great Heritage
Adolf det Weiler has always been far ahead of his time, he quickly realized at the beginning of his career how he could support local employees and workers in the long term and turn them into company assets.
Adolf Datwyler started a company health insurance fund as early as 1918, from 1933 built a number of low-cost apartments near the factory, and from 1944 provided educational opportunities for workers and employees at the Datwyler factory school, 30 years before Pension legalization in Switzerland, Adolf Datwyler established the Datwyler AG pension fund in 1948 for the employees and workers of the Datwyler factory.
Debt Weiler and social responsibility
Adolf Datwyler and his wife Selina took social responsibility beyond the daily work at the factory. They helped provide water and build a city sewer structure, and opened an indoor swimming pool and tennis court to the public.
In mid-October 1958, Adolf det Weiler died at the age of 75, he left to his two sons a large company with more than 2,000 employees and a turnover of more than 90 million Swiss francs.
The second generation of Det Weiler management
Since 1958, Peter and Max Datwyler, the second generation, take over the operational management of the group of companies, they decide to consolidate the affiliated companies into a newly created holding company. From 1967 onwards, the cable, rubber and floor coverings divisions operated as three independent units. This early divisional organization was controversial and paved the way for overseas expansion.
Production of the first Datweiler cable travel
After 1970, it became increasingly clear that simply mass-producing products no longer provided long-term success for Det Weiler. Datwyler realized that the future lay in doing what others could not do.
In 1967, Datwyler produced the first flat cables. In 1973, the first flat cable for use in elevators up to a height of 400 meters was made by Datwyler. In 1975, the company marked a milestone in industry and safety with the fire-resistant cable “Pyrofil 250”.
Datwyler and the pharmaceutical industry
Helvoet Pharma N.V. was founded in 1976 by Det Weiler in Alken, Belgium. This company is one of the two leading manufacturers of plastic and aluminum packages for liquid medicines worldwide.
Datwyler and the electronics industry
With the acquisition of Aumann AG and its subsidiary Distrelec AG in 1979, Datwyler established the foundation for the specialized business of ordering and distributing electronic components.
Datwyler optical fiber production
In 1986, Datwyler Switzerland was one of the first companies to produce single-mode and multi-mode fiber optic cables for public and private communication networks.
In this year, Peter and Max Detwiler, with the aim of securing the long-term future of the Detwiler Group, obtaining more investments and increasing liquidity, offered half of the company’s capital in the Swiss stock market. But the Datwyler family still held the majority of the shares.
Datwyler network cable
“Uninet” data cables, known today as “Datwyler CU” was a new invention of Datwyler in 1987 that introduced a new concept for future buildings based on data transmission.
Establishment of Det Weiler Foundation
At the company’s 75th anniversary celebration in 1990, Peter and Max Datwyler announced the establishment of the Datwyler Foundation and the new ownership and management structure of the Datwyler Group. The large Datwyler Foundation was formed from the merger of Datwyler Holding, Datwyler Fuehrings AG and Pema Holding AG, founded by the Datwyler brothers in 1990.
At the Datwyler Foundation, they had introduced a unique succession policy, according to the new structure, when managers step down, they transfer their shares in Datwyler Führungs AG to their successors without any financial gain. In this way, the successors of Peter and Max Datwyler are deprived of a significant property.
The beginning of Datwyler China
In 1991, another success was achieved for Datwyler Switzerland. Datwyler safety cable is the first fire safety cable in the world to successfully pass the E90 test according to DIN 4102-12.
Due to the rapid globalization at the end of the 20th century, Datwyler decided in 1998 to start producing all kinds of cables in the Datwyler China factory to increase its share of the Asian market, especially the prosperous Middle East market.
The end of the Datwyler family
In 1999, Dr. Max Datwyler, the last representative of the Datwyler family, resigned from the board of directors of Datwyler Holding AG due to old age and was introduced as an honorary member of Datwyler Switzerland.
Det Weiler sales record
85 years after the late Adolf Datwyler paid 2.25 million francs to start the Datwyler Swiss factory, in 2000 the Datwyler Group reached a sales record of over one billion Swiss francs for the first time in its history. Datwyler’s new breakthrough came in 2002 with the production of the first metal-free fiber optic cable with E30 circuit integrity in accordance with DIN 4102-12.
The beginning of Datwyler check
In 2005, Datwyler Switzerland significantly expanded its international distribution and production network by setting up a factory in Eastern Europe (Datwyler Czech) as well as a Datwyler distribution and sales office in Eastern Maine.
Datwyler and data center upgrade
In 2008, after the sale of the Rothrist company, Datwyler acquires the large and knowledge-based ELFA Distrelec holding of Sweden, and in the same year, with the introduction of pre-assembled cables and high-density systems, specifically the demand for efficient data center cabling. solves
Det Weiler and progress in the world of technology
Acquiring the German knowledge-based company Reichelt Elektronik and entering the technology of data centers and FTTx networks, the introduction of special FTTH cables and wall sockets in 2010 was the continuation of the ambitious path of Det Weiler Switzerland in the world of technology.
Global expansion of Datwyler
In 2012, Datwyler became bigger again with the acquisition of the Dutch company Nedis, the Chinese company Zhongding and the Korean company Hankook, and at the end of the same year, the Datwyler Foundation decided to transfer the cable business to the foundation’s major shareholder, Pema Holding AG.
The old Datwyler Switzerland factory in Altdorf was substantially modernized in 2014, and in the same year Datwyler China merged the two factories into a new factory in the Taikang district near Shanghai.
Det Weiler's 100th birthday
2015 is the 100th anniversary of Det Weiler, a small company from the Swiss mountains that is now a leading international supplier to the pharmaceutical, automotive, construction industries and a global leader in the distribution of electronic components.
Thanks to its strong roots, reliable values and future-oriented ownership structure, and the Swiss spirit of the late Adolf Det Weiler, the company has successfully taken on the challenges ahead for 100 years and has always been on the path to progress.
Upgrade Datwyler products
There is no end to Det Weiler’s ambition. In 2016, the acquisition of the German company Ott to expand the specialized activity of materials in the Seal Solutions sector, as well as introducing 2 types of unique cables in the world: Cat.7 data cable “CU 7000 4P Home” with a diameter of only 5.8 mm and “FO Outdoor wbKT S” -Micro 12×24″ with a diameter of only 10.4 mm.
Det Weiler from America to Europe
In 2018, by opening a new factory in the United States of America, buying Parco companies in America and Bins in Brazil, and opening a representative office in Italy, Det Weiler conquered once again from the American continent to Europe.
Det Weiler rebranding
2020 and carrying out the process of rebranding the wire and cable production and distribution unit of Datwyler Group from “Datwyler Cabling Solutions” to “Datwyler IT Infra”
Det Weiler in Iran
Datwyler as an international company, except the headquarters and factory located in Switzerland, currently has factories and representatives in the countries of America, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, Czech Republic, China, Ukraine, Belgium, Oman, South Korea, Germany and India. It has active distribution and sales.
Fotros Engineering and Trading Group is Datwyler representative in Iran for the sale of Datwyler Switzerland, Datwyler Czech and Datwyler China travel cables and after sales services of this global brand.
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