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To borrow from the legendary statement by Sepp Herberger, former coach of the German national football team: ‘Before the show is after the show’. This could apply just as well to Meiller, as the lift door specialists from Munich have spent many months preparing for the interlift 2019, which takes place this October.

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"After the trade fair is before the trade fair!"

This is why MEILLER has already been busy preparing for interlift 2019 for months. For the first time, the Munich specialist for lift doors will be unveiling its new Sprint 4.0 i in Augsburg, which has been specially designed for high speed lifts.

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An unexpectedly high number of new orders and the associated high capacity utilisation in production extended delivery times at MEILLER Aufzugtüren from nine to ten weeks in 2018. Consequently, the company has now expanded its capacity.

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It was at the last interlift in 2017, that the Munich lift door manufacturer, MEILLER Aufzugtüren GmbH, launched a new development in the form of the MiDrive car door drive. In the meantime, there are not only hundreds of satisfied customers and operators of these drives in the market, but the device Software and the mobile app have also undergone consistent further development.

Read more in the LIFT REPORT 4/2019.

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An unexpectedly high number of incoming orders and the associated high utilisation of production capacity led to the delivery times rising to 9-10 weeks throughout 2018. Not an ideal delivery situation from a customer's perspective, as fixed plans would have been drawn up on the basis of the shorter delivery times.

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The entire lift control integrated in a door frame? The Munich door manufacturer Meiller Aufzugtüren has been installing controls in the lock frame of telescopic doors for a considerable time.

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At interlift 2017, Meiller Aufzugtüren GmbH unveiled its new MiDrive door drive to the world public. This is the beginning of a new chapter and an important new step that has been taken towards a digital future for lift components, according to the Munich-based Company.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 6/2018

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Most of the approximately 750,000 lifts in Germany are more than twenty years old. They are subject to natural wear and suffer more or less frequent malfunctions. One of the most frequent causes of malfunctions are the landing and car doors. These moving parts are in direct contact with users. Consequently, they are exposed to vandalism and increased wear.

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In Germany alone, there are approximately 750,000 lifts in operation, the vast majority of which are more than twenty years old. They are naturally subject to wear and tear, which in turn leads more or less to frequent disruptions in service.

Read more in the LIFT-REPORT 5/2018

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