As part of the "Long Night of Research", TEUFELBERGER opened its doors for the third time. This year our strapping band production plant in Wels wecolmed a surge of visitors, and we are pleased to report a visitor record of around 750 researchers.

The champion rope breaks a new record confirming its title of the heaviest in the world.

For the second time, TEUFELBERGER has been awarded the seal of approval for its Workplace Health Promotion program. This award granted by the Austrian Network for Workplace Health Promotion is presented to enterprises which put a lot of effort into promoting the health of their employees.

The two historic companies of the ropes business, following the merger completed in the past few months for the steel wire ropes sector, will now be present on the market with the commercial brand “Teufelberger-Redaelli”.

True to the motto “We care more for our customers”, we are pleased to introduce you to SIDIS, our first wire rope app to determine the discard status of your crane rope.

Just in time for the METS, the biggest trade fair for marine equipment and accessories worldwide, FSE Robline and New England Ropes are presenting their new websites!

The FEM Guideline 5.024 is the first-ever published official guideline worldwide on the design, use, operation, and testing of high strength fiber crane ropes.

The signing of an agreement regarding the purchase of the long-established Italian Redaelli Tecna company by TEUFELBERGER announced in January has been legally approved by the responsible authorities.

In 2014, TEUFELBERGER acquired TexTech Cord, a Thailand-based rope manufacturer. With this move, TEUFELBERGER has strengthened its position in Asia considerably. Now, as of February 1, 2017, TexTech Asia will be renamed to TEUFELBERGER Fiber Rope Ltd. This will make it clearly recognizable also for people outside our organization that TexTech Asia is a part of TEUFELBERGER.

After 342 project days or more than 1,630 project hours, we proudly present to you our new website!

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