Author: Fatzer Wire Ropes

The E6 Halogaland Bridge Project is one of the most anticipated projects in Norway. It involves the construction of the 1,533m-long Hålogaland Bridge over Rombaksfjorden in Narvik, Nordland. The bridge will be second largest suspension bridge in Norway. The span of the bridge will be built as a closed steel box girder. The main span …

Oct 10, 2017

The Dafne Schippers Bridge is a 110 metre bicycle and pedestrian bridge that crosses the Amsterdam Rijn canal to connect the center of the city of Utrecht with one if its new districts, Leidsche Rijn. The bridge itself is suspended 9 metres above the canal, with the highest point on the suspension arms stretching 35 …

Jul 31, 2017

In the Harz Mountains, the longest pedestrian Bridge of ist kind in the world named “Titan RT” was opened with a total length of 483 meters. As safety, reliability and longevity were particularly important to the owner, FATZER AG Wire Ropes was commissioned to manufacture the main supporting element and therefore the most important part to the …

Jun 19, 2017

For the Zugspitze Ropeway, the new record-breaking cable car to the highest peak in Germany, factors such as safety, reliability, and performance were of particular importance. It was for this reason that Bayerische Zugspitzbahn Bergbahn AG selected FATZER AG Wire-Rope Plant based in Romanshorn, Switzerland, the world’s leading manufacturer of ropeway ropes, to make the …

Apr 12, 2017

At this year’s INTERALPIN exhibition in Innsbruck, Austria, FATZER exhibits its extensive steel wire ropes product range of full locked coil ropes, stranded ropes and winch ropes along with its consulting services for ropeways and snow groomers. See you there at booth A17! Link

Nov 15, 2016

On Friday, November 4, FATZER AG Wire-Rope Plant officially opened its new premises in Romanshorn, Switzerland, with over 250 guests in attendance. This ceremony marked the end of a 7-year-long expansion phase that consisted of three construction phases. A multitude of guests from the political and economic sphere, such as Hermann Hess of the National …

Nov 5, 2016