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Dong Yang Elevator Co. Ltd.
동양에레베이터㈜
Dong Yang TJRB

Founded

1966 (Seoul, South Korea)

Succeeded by

ThyssenKrupp Dongyang (2003-2008) and then ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd. (2008-present)

Acquired by

ThyssenKrupp (2003)

Year

1966 to 2003

Status

Defunct

Dong Yang was a South Korean elevator and escalator company based in Seoul, South Korea. It was established in 1966 and acquired by ThyssenKrupp in October 2003 and was later known as ThyssenKrupp Dongyang until August 2008 when it is now known as simply ThyssenKrupp.

History

Dong Yang was founded in 1966 and was based in Seoul, South Korea. They joined with Toshiba's elevator division in 1977. In 1981, Dong Yang exported their elevators to the Philippines.[1] From 1980s to late 1990s, most of their elevators uses fixtures that bears a close resemblance to Toshiba. The company remained independent until October 1, 2003 when ThyssenKrupp bought Dong Yang and later known as ThyssenKrupp Dongyang. The ThyssenKrupp Dongyang name lasted until August 2008 and it was later known as simply ThyssenKrupp.

Distributors outside South Korea

  • Amanti Lifts (HK) Co. Ltd. (Hong Kong, China)
  • Chevalier (Hong Kong and Singapore)
  • PT. Pura Kencana (Indonesia, from 1988 until 2004[2])

Notable installations

Main article: List of notable Dong Yang elevator installations

Trivia

  • Dong Yang was the oldest elevator company in South Korea. The second oldest was GoldStar which was established in 1968.

Gallery

Notes and references

  1. More information about Dong Yang Elevator
  2. PT. Pura Kencana was acquired by ThyssenKrupp AG (later known as PT. ThyssenKrupp Elevator Indonesia) in 2004. Some of the remaining Dong Yang elevators are maintained by ThyssenKrupp.

See also

External links


List of elevator and escalator companies

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Subsidiary elevator companies: ChevalierExpress EvansGiantKONEHaushahnHostingLiftmaterialMacGregorMashibaShanghai MitsubishiSigmaXizi Otis


Merging brand or joint venture elevator companies: LG-OTISKone Marryat ScottMontgomery KONESchindler HaughtonThyssen DoverThyssenKrupp Dongyang


Wheelchair/platfom lift companies: Access Elevator & LiftsAritcoCibes Lift (Kalea LiftsNTD Lifts) • IGVMotala HissarSavaria Concord


Temporary elevator companies: Alimak HekRECOUSA Hoist


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