Amid deaths and injuries, NY legislature moves to require that elevator mechanics be licensed

Subway Riders Trapped For 80 Hellish Minutes On ‘Unbearably Hot’ Stuck Elevator

by Jake Offenhartz in News on May 31, 2019 4:30 pm New York City subway riders have had some creative nonsense thrown their way lately, including but definitely not limited to: a lit firecracker; a prolific emergency-brake-pulling malcontent; and an overflowing toilet clogging rush hour service. But on Friday morning, the MTA dusted off one
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Elevator UPS: Ensure uninterruptible power supply for elevators or lifts in residential, commercial and industrial establishments

Factors such as the duration of a common power cut, capacity of the lift motor, type of elevator, whether it would be used in a residential or commercial area, etc. are taken into consideration while manufacturing an elevator UPS. Team ProductLine|Updated: May 30, 2019, 06.16 PM IST A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is used as
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Thyssenkrupp’s New Stacked Elevator Concept Debuts in Atlanta

MAY 29, 2019 | TREVOR WILLIAMS Thyssenkrupp’s TWIN elevators share a shaft. The German firm is putting a North American headquarters in Cobb County. Anyone who has tapped their feet waiting for an elevator might appreciate the latest announcement from Thyssenkrupp, the German manufacturer poised to build a new headquarters and test tower in Cobb County.  The company’s TWIN elevator
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Elevator Sales Buoyed by Pervasive Trends of Digitalization and Mixed-Use Development: Fact.MR Survey

Monumental growth of the building and construction industry along with increasing reliance on technology is underpinning growth of elevators market. May 29, 2019 09:00 ET | Source: Fact.MR Rockville, MD, May 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a new study by Fact.MR, the global sales of elevators are estimated to surpass 900 thousand units in 2019. The
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UTC chief sees possible, though complicated, deal between Otis and German elevator manufacturer

By Stephen Singer | Hartford Courant | May 21, 2019 | 3:39 PM Otis Elevator could enter talks for a deal with Thyssenkrupp AG’s elevator business that’s being spun off from the German conglomerate, but a tie-up won’t happen soon and would be complicated, the chief executive officer of United Technologies Corp. said Tuesday. UTC
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