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Automatic parking system creates space for new building in D

New project ・ Apr 15, 2020 дополнительно Open In New icon

Space for new properties is particularly sought after in trendy urban areas and as a result is expensive. But without the associated parking spaces, even top properties lose their appeal for buyers. An underground automatic parking system from Lödige Industries now provides parking spaces for a completely renovated residential building in Dusseldorf's Friedrichstadt.At the same time, the subterranean construction allows for an additional new building with condominiums including the associated parking areas. In addition to the planned construction of the largest fully automated parking garage for the MIZAL Campus, Lödige Industries has thus secured its second contract for automated parking systems in the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia.

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Lödige Industries to deliver Swissport cargo handling system

New project ・ Apr 15, 2020 дополнительно Open In New icon

Construction well under way - Lödige Industries is to deliver a modern, fast and efficient cargo handling facility for Swissport’s new cargo terminal in Frankfurt Cargo City Süd. Construction of the new facility is well under way and Lödige Industries has commenced production of the 2900sqm cargo handling system at its manufacturing facilities in Germany and Romania.

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Lödige Industries builds Germany’s largest automated parking

New project ・ Apr 15, 2020 дополнительно Open In New icon

Automated parking systems allow more efficient storage of cars on a relatively small footprint. In order to create the number of parking spaces required for this project designed by the Dusseldorf architects Eller + Eller, a modern, compact automated system was developed, which provides 285 fully automated parking spaces in addition to the 241 conventional parking spaces. Thanks to the parking system, the entire excavation cube could be reduced and a maximum excavation depth of 13.5m ensured - utilising only 55% of the space required by a conventional parking system. A purely conventional system would therefore not have been possible on the existing footprint. Upon completion in 2021, the project will have a total of 526 parking spaces.