Travel cable Datwyler
Datwyler is known as a leading and oldest elevator cable traveler in the elevator industry of the world and Iran. It is producing all kinds of elevator cable trawls in compliance with international standards.
The Travel Det Datwyler, which is invisible to passengers in the elevator car, does its job with the highest precision every day around the world.
Datwyler cable travel transmits current and data between the elevator car and the control system, and with its very high resistance and flawless performance, it is no surprise that it is installed in the fastest elevators and tallest buildings in the world.
The story of Datwyler dates back to 1915, the middle of World War I, when Adolf Dottweiler, the son of a Swiss farmer from the small town of Aargau near Zurich, decided to run a debt-ridden factory in Schweizerische Draht-und Gummiwerke to produce Wires and tires were busy in the town of Altdorf, showing their courage and ambition.
In June 1917, Adolf Det Wyler bought the factory with the help of a group of investors for 2.25 million Swiss francs in cash, a bold move that seemed wrong but changed the future of industry and technology.
The beginning of the Diet Datwyler family empire was formed in 1920, when Adolf Dietwiller bought a majority stake in the company, now the Dätwyler family were the major shareholders of the company. Telephones were increasingly focused on the production of wires and cables for telephone production.
The first step in building the large Det Datwyler Holding was taken in 1935 with the acquisition of the American Firestone Tire and Tire Factory in the small town of Pratteln near Basel. Was aroused.
He wanted to use his existing tire knowledge to produce car tires. Frankfurt, Switzerland’s largest full-capacity scrap tire recovery plant in Altdorf, was operating in the automobile sector from 1940 onwards. The year was 1941.
After 40 years of unparalleled profitability for Det Wyler, the Firestone plant was sold to the American parent company in 1975 and later to the Japanese company Bridgestone in 1988.
Det Wyler’s innovations from the heart of World War II testify to the fact that Detoiler was very shrewd in identifying the future needs of industry and even created Detoiler success stories in difficult times. The Swiss Det Datwyler was put to practical use in various industries as a pioneering achievement.
Also this year, based on advanced and unique plastic technology, Det Wyler launched the Plastokork floor covering production line at the factory.
With the acquisition of the Gummi Maag AG Zurich plant in 1947, now known as Maagtechnic, Det Wyler Holding began trading in rubber parts and occupational safety products.
Detoiler bought a stake in Stahlrohr AG Rothrist (now Rothrist Rohr (Schweiz) AG) in 1949, and Det Datwyler’s stake later rose to 100%. The company is now the largest manufacturer of high-precision gas spring pipes for the automotive, machinery and furniture industries.
By the mid-1950s, the next generation of the Detweiler family, Peter and Max Detweiler, were ready to play their part in the Det Datwyler empire. Both of Adolf Detweiler’s sons received on-the-job training at the Altdorf and Pratteln factories, as well as in the United States.
The Det Wyler company, now more than 50 years old, was booming and needed to change, so as the company’s founding power waned, his sons sought to form a large holding company.
The production of TV cables was the last product of the Det Datwyler plant in Switzerland, which was formed during the life of Adolf Det Datwyler in 1956.
The fall of 1958 marked the end of the life of Adolf Det Wyler, the founder of the large company Datwyler, a great manager and entrepreneur for whom strong Swiss roots have always been important, traditional Swiss values such as quality, reliability and trust that continue to be the head of Det products 100 years later. Datwyler is all over the world.
Adolf Det Wyler was always far ahead of his time, he quickly realized how he could support local employees and workers in the long run and turn them into corporate assets.
Adolf Detweiler started a corporate health insurance fund in early 1918, built a number of low-cost apartments near the factory in 1933, and provided training opportunities for workers and employees at the Detweiler factory school from 1944, 30 years before Legalization of pensions in Switzerland In 1948, Adolf Detweiler established the Datwyler AG pension fund for employees and workers at the Det Datwyler factory.
Adolf Detweiler and his wife, Selena, took on social responsibility beyond day-to-day work at the factory. They helped supply water and build the city’s sewage structure, and opened an indoor swimming pool and tennis court to the public.
In mid-October 1958, Adolf Det Datwyler died at the age of 75. He left his two sons a large company with more than 2,000 employees and a turnover of more than 90 million Swiss francs.
Since 1958, Peter and Max Detweiler, the second generation of corporate operations management, have decided to consolidate affiliates into a newly formed holding company. From 1967 onwards, the cable, rubber and floor coverings functioned as three independent units. The organization was a controversial early division – paving the way for its expansion abroad.
After 1970, it became increasingly clear that mass production of simple products was no longer a long-term success for the Det Wyler collection. Dottweiler realized that the future lies in doing things that others cannot do.
In 1967, Datwyler introduced the first flat cables. In 1973, the first flat cable for use in elevators up to a height of 400 meters was built by Detoiler. In 1975, the company marked a turning point in industry and safety with the Pyrofil 250 fire-resistant cable.
Helvoet Pharma N.V. was founded in 1976 by Det Wyler in Alken, Belgium. The company is one of the two leading manufacturers of plastic and aluminum packaging for liquid medicines worldwide.
With the acquisition of Aumann AG and its subsidiary Distrelec AG in 1979, Det Datwyler established the basis for the specialized business of ordering and distributing electronic components.
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.
This year, Peter and Max Detoiler offered half of the company’s stock in the Swiss stock market to secure the Det Datwyler Group’s long-term future, gain more investment and increase liquidity. But the Det Wyler family still held a majority stake.
Uninet data cables, now known as the “Datwyler CU”, were the new invention of the Datwyler in 1987, which introduced a new concept for future buildings based on data transmission.
At the 75th anniversary of the company’s founding in 1990, Peter and Max Detweiler announced the founding of the Det Wyler Foundation and the new ownership and management structure of the Det Wyler Group. The large Diet Datwyler Foundation was formed by the merger of Dätwyler Holding, Dätwyler Führungs AG and Pema Holding AG, founded by the Dottweiler brothers in 1990.
They had introduced a unique succession policy at the Det Datwyler Foundation, according to the new structure, when managers step down, they transfer their shares in Dätwyler Führungs AG to their successors at no financial gain. In this way, the successors of Peter and Max Detweiler are deprived of significant assets.
In 1991, another success for the Swiss Det Wyler. Datwyler safety cable As the world’s first fire safety cable, it has successfully passed the E90 test according to DIN 4102-12.
Given the rapid pace of globalization in the late twentieth century, Det Datwyler decided in 1998 to start production of cables at the Det Datwyler plant in China to increase its share of the Asian market, especially the booming Middle East market.
In 1999, Dr. Max Detweiler, the last member of the Det Wyler family, resigned from the board of Datwyler Holding AG due to old age and was introduced as an honorary member of the Swiss company Det Wyler.
85 years after the late Adolf Dottweiler paid 2.25 million francs to start the Swiss Det Wyler plant, in 2000 the Datwyler Group for the first time in its history reached a record sales of more than one billion Swiss francs.
Det Wyler’s new success came in 2002 with the production of the first non-metallic fiber optic cable with E30 circuit integration in accordance with DIN 4102-12.
In 2005, Swiss Deutiler significantly expanded its international distribution and production network by setting up a plant in Eastern Europe (Det Datwyler Czech) as well as a Det Datwyler distribution and sales office in the Middle East.
In 2008, after the sale of Rothrist, Detoiler acquired the large and knowledge-based holding company ELFA Distrelec Sweden, and in the same year, with the introduction of pre-assembled cables and high-density systems, in particular the demand for efficient data center cabling. Fixes.
The acquisition of the German knowledge-based company Reichelt Elektronik and the entry into the technology of FTTx data centers and networks.
Det Wyler grew even larger in 2012 with the acquisition of the Dutch company Nedis, the Chinese company Zhongding and the Korean company Hankook, and later that year the Datwyler Foundation decided to transfer the cable business to the foundation’s major shareholder, Pema Holding AG.
The old Diet Datwyler plant in Altdorf, Switzerland, was completely modernized in 2014, and in the same year Dot Datwyler China merged two plants into a new plant in the Taikang area near Shanghai.
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Det Wyler, a small Swiss mountain company now a leading international supplier in the pharmaceutical, automotive, construction and global electronics distribution industries.
Thanks to its strong roots, credible values, and future-oriented ownership structure and the spirit of the late Adolf Det Wyler, the company has successfully embraced the challenges of the past 100 years and has always been on the path to progress.
There is no end to Det Wyler’s ambition. 2016 Acquisition of the German company Ott to expand the specialized activity of materials in the field of Seal Solutions, as well as the introduction of 2 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 Wyler once again conquered 2018 from the Americas to Europe with the opening of a new plant in the United States, the acquisition of Parco in the United States and Bins in Brazil, and the opening of a representative office in Italy.
Datwyler, as an international company, with headquarters and factories based in Switzerland, currently has factories and agencies in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, the Czech Republic, China, Ukraine, Belgium, Oman, South Korea, Germany and India. Has active distribution and sales.
Fitras Engineering and Trading Group is the Datwyler representative in Iran for the sale of Swiss Datwiler cable travel, Datwyler Czech and Datwiller China cable and after-sales service of this global brand.
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