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Old July 1st, 2011, 04:45 PM   #2061
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Lol. Not on hold? Pictures please. You can not tell someone to shut up when you keep talking.Lol, indian styled democracy
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Old July 1st, 2011, 07:09 PM   #2062
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World forum, sir. Let's not be bigoted.
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Old July 1st, 2011, 08:13 PM   #2063
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Oh My God.....Lot of garbage is piling up at light speed now...including this one that I acted out of frustration.
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Old July 1st, 2011, 08:37 PM   #2064
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it is clearly on hold

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Old July 1st, 2011, 10:22 PM   #2065
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it is clearly on hold

get it moved
Is it clear?
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Old July 1st, 2011, 11:35 PM   #2066
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Mods, IU, Kannan, Suncity, and Sudheesh, please delete the last few pages and lock the thread.

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Old July 2nd, 2011, 12:35 AM   #2067
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Mods, IU, Kannan, Suncity, and Sudheesh, please delete the last few pages and lock the thread.

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I don't think they are mods in this section.

Delete what is necessary but why lock the thread?
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Old July 2nd, 2011, 01:11 AM   #2068
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To make sure people don't post nonsense, the last few pages is just replying against nonsense of Markshen who has no business whatsoever, but bash in this thread. And to prevent people like him doing so and other people taking a stance against him, its better to just lock the thread and unlock it when the construction is in full swing again. At least at that time, they won't speak shit.
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Old July 2nd, 2011, 04:00 AM   #2069
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GEDA goes to India

In recent years, India has become one of the largest markets on the planet and will develop further over the next few decades as a market of the future. Due to the highly favourable medium- and long-term prospects for growth in India, GEDA expects there to be good export opportunities in the coming years.

Since 2010 there has been a cooperation with the Mumbai-based company Ispat Infrastructure India (Pvt) Ltd, which is now responsible for the sale of GEDA products and the associated service in India. The appearance at the bC India trade fair was planned and implemented in collaboration with Ispat.

GEDA was represented by an information stall in the indoor area of the fair as part of the German Pavilion – an official participation of the Federal Republic of Germany in the bC India trade fair. In addition, various different hoists from GEDA's extensive product range were presented in a 100 m² open-air exhibition space. Besides the established GEDA rope hoists, the products presented also included a GEDA suspended working platform, the GEDA crane operator hoist, a GEDA transport platform and a GEDA personnel and material hoist. The GEDA Lift in particular was a magnet for visitors and was able to win them over with its variety of possible uses.

In the future, Ispat will provide the entire range of GEDA construction hoists for the Indian market. The main focus, however, will be on personnel and material hoists with a load capacity of up to 3,200 kg, a max. lifting height of 400 m and lifting speed of up to 90 m/min.: the GEDA PH range.

Five GEDA PH 2032 Twin have already been supplied to the largest Indian construction firm, Larsen & Toubro Limited, since autumn 2010. Other machines will start out on their journey to India in spring 2011. The GEDA PH will be used at various new-build projects in Mumbai. They have a lifting height of up to 350 m.

A GEDA PH 2032 Twin has been in use since the beginning of the year at the “India Tower” construction project. With completion planned for 2016, at 720 m and with 125 storeys it will be India's tallest building. Other GEDA equipment will also be used during the construction phase.

GEDA hoists “made in Germany” enjoy a high standing in India, and the Indian market holds great potential. The Bavarian/Indian cooperation between GEDA and Ispat has laid the foundations for a successful market entry.

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Johann Sailer (Managing Director, GEDA), Kaphil R. Ghai (Director, Ispat), Ashish R. Ghai (Director, Ispat), Nikhil R. Ghai (Director, Ispat), Archanaa Ghai (Ispat), Josef Hafner (General Sales Manager, GEDA), Suriender K. Ghai (Ispat), Markus Dommer (Area Sales Manager, GEDA)

GEDA PH Range
Customer: Larsen & Toubro Ltd., India
Description: GEDA PH 2032 650 Twin

Lifting height: 350 m

Lifting speed: 65 m/min

Load capacity: 2000 kg/25 persons

No. of machines: 14


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Old July 2nd, 2011, 05:37 AM   #2070
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Old July 2nd, 2011, 06:47 AM   #2071
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Ein Aufzug bis in 350 Meter Höhe

Die Bäumenheimer Firma Geda-Dechentreiter knüpft Kontakte nach Indien und liefert Produkte für Baustellen. Unternehmen sieht große Chancen für Exportgeschäft

Bäumenheim/Mumbai Indien ist in den vergangenen Jahren zu einem der größten Absatzmärkte der Erde geworden und wird sich nach Ansicht von Experten über die nächsten Jahrzehnte weiter als Zukunftsmarkt entwickeln. Der Bauaufzug-Hersteller Geda-Dechentreiter aus Bäumenheim verspricht sich durch die mittel- und langfristigen Wachstumsperspektiven des Subkontinents gute Exportchancen für die kommenden Jahre.

Aus diesem Grund nahm das Unternehmen heuer an der Messe „Bauma Conexpo India“ in Indien teil. Seit 2010 besteht eine Kooperation mit der in Mumbai (Bombay) ansässigen Firma Ispat Infrastructure India, die inzwischen für den Vertrieb von Geda-Produkten und für den dazugehörigen Service in Indien zuständig ist. Zusammen mit der Firma Ispat wurde der Messeauftritt geplant und durchgeführt.

Geda war in einer Halle mit einem Informationsstand vertreten. Zudem präsentierte das Unternehmen auf 100 Quadratmetern Ausstellungsfläche im Freigelände verschiedene Aufzüge aus dem Produktprogramm. Neben den bewährten Seilaufzügen stellten die Nordschwaben eine Seilarbeitsbühne, einen Kranführeraufzug, eine Transportbühne sowie einen Personen- und Materialaufzug vor. Speziell der Geda-Lift „war ein Besuchermagnet und konnte durch seine vielseitigen Einsatzmöglichkeiten überzeugen“, schildert die Firma.

Ispat werde in Zukunft die gesamte Bandbreite an Bauaufzügen aus dem Hause Geda auf dem indischen Markt anbieten, teilt das Unternehmen mit. Das Hauptaugenmerk werde jedoch auf Personen- und Materialaufzüge mit einer Tragfähigkeit von bis zu 3200 Kilogramm liegen, einer maximalen Förderhöhe von 400 Metern und Hubgeschwindigkeiten von bis zu 90 Meter pro Minute: die Geda-PH-Serie.

Seit Herbst 2010 lieferte der Betrieb bereits fünf Geda PH 2032 mit Doppelkabine an die größte indische Baufirma Larsen & Toubro Limited. Weitere Maschinen treten nun im Frühjahr 2011 ihre Reise nach Indien an. Die Aufzüge werden an diversen Neubauprojekten in Mumbai eingesetzt. Die Förderhöhen betragen bis zu 350 Meter.

125 Stockwerke

Ein Geda PH 2032 mit Doppelkabine ist seit Anfang des Jahres am „India Tower“ eingesetzt. Die Fertigstellung von Indiens höchstem Gebäude mit 125 Stockwerken und einer Höhe von 720 Metern ist für das Jahr 2016 geplant. Während der Bauphase werden noch weitere Geräte aus Bäumenheim zum Einsatz kommen.

„Unsere Aufzüge genießen in Indien hohes Ansehen und der indische Markt birgt große Potenziale. Durch die bayerisch-indische Kooperation von Geda und Ispat wurde der Grundstein für einen erfolgreichen Markteintritt gelegt“, so die Firma. (dz)

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Ein Aufzug vom Typ Geda PH 2032 mit Doppelkabine an der Riesen-Baustelle für den „India Tower“ in Mumbai. Dort wird derzeit mithilfe von Geräten aus Bäumenheim das höchste Gebäude Indiens errichtet.

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Old July 2nd, 2011, 07:38 AM   #2072
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That new just show us something about what happen to Indian, don't understand why some people just don't get it?

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Old July 2nd, 2011, 08:45 AM   #2073
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Thanks Soroban, can you also post that in English.
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Old July 2nd, 2011, 09:20 AM   #2074
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I agree.

This thread has no purpose whatsoever. All you have is a constant fight between China/Dubai/Wherever-fans who seem to think that they have a genetic predisposition for building supertalls and desperate Indian forumers trying to prove that Indians have the supertall gene too.

Updates are first posted in the Indian forum, not here. So better to lock this one and spare the rest of us the inconvenience of opening this thread in the hope of seeing updates and finding nothing useful.
Couldn't agree more. Lock this thread and save it from the nonsense. We can open it back up at a later date when there is an update on the status of the project.
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Old July 2nd, 2011, 10:08 AM   #2075
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Thanks Soroban, can you also post that in English.
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An elevator to 350 meters

The company Bäumenheimer Geda Dechentreiter make contacts in India, providing products for construction sites. Company sees major opportunities for export business

Bäumenheim / Mumbai, India has become in recent years become one of the largest markets of the world and will develop according to experts, over the following decades as a future market. The construction hoist manufacturer Geda Dechentreiter Bäumenheim promises made by the medium-and long-term growth prospects of the subcontinent good export opportunities for the coming years.

For this reason, the company took this year at the Fair "Bauma Conexpo India" part of India. Since 2010 is a collaboration with the Mumbai (Bombay)-based company Ispat Infrastructure India, which is now responsible for sales of products and Geda for the corresponding service in India. Together with the company Ispat presence at the exhibition was planned and carried out.

Geda was represented in a hall with an information booth. In addition, the company presented on 100 square meters of exhibition space in the open air elevators different from the product. Besides the proven traction elevators presented the Nordschwaben a cable platform, a crane operator lift a transport platform and a passenger and material hoist. Especially the Geda Lift "was a magnet for visitors and convinced by his versatility," says the company.

Ispat will in future offer the full range of construction hoists from GEDA on the Indian market, the company announced. The main focus will, however, on passenger and material hoists with a capacity of up to 3200 are kilograms, a maximum head of 400 meters and lifting speeds of up to 90 meters per minute: the Geda-PH series.

Since autumn 2010, the firm already delivered five Geda PH 2032 with a double cabin on the largest Indian construction firm Larsen & Toubro Limited. More machines now appear in the spring of 2011, their journey to India. The elevators are used in various construction projects in Mumbai. The heads are up to 350 meters.

125 floors

Geda PH 2032 with a double cabin since the beginning of the year on "India Tower" are used. The completion of India's tallest building with 125 floors and a height of 720 meters is planned for 2016. During the construction phase, there are other devices out of trees shelter will be used.

"Our elevators enjoy high reputation in India and the Indian market holds great potential. By the Bavarian-Indian cooperation of Geda Ispat and the foundation for a successful market entry has been placed, "says the company. (Dz)

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An elevator-type Geda PH 2032 with a double cabin on the giant construction site for the "India Tower" in Mumbai. There is currently built using equipment from Bäumenheim the tallest building in India

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Old July 2nd, 2011, 04:30 PM   #2076
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Good information. Thanks.
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Instead of commenting on good news brought to us by Soroban, you are reigniting troll war. You, sir, should be banned from this forum.
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Double Cabin elevators are awwwweeesome.
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Larsen & Toubro

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One of India's largest construction companies.


# Building [from now to past] Complex Floors Year
1. India Tower 125 2016
2. Ahuja Towers 55 2013
3. Diamond Tower 59 2011
4. The Apricot 15 2009
5. HDS Tower 40 2008
6. Al Jazeera Tower 39 2007
7. Commerz Tower 1 32 2007
8. The Waterfront 20 2006
9. Tidel Park 13 2000
10. ICICI Towers 12 1999
11. Delhi Bahá'í House of Worship 1986
12. Kanchanjunga Apartments 27 1974
13. Vidhan Bhavan 21 1974
14. Kohinoor Square Tower 50
15. Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers 29
16. Buckley Court 25
17. Scope Twin Towers 21
18. Arihant Majestic Towers 17
19. The Oberoi 15
20. C G House 12
21. ILFS Financial Centre 12
22. Oberoi Mall 4
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