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Kilkis, Greece



Kleemann is a Greek multinational company founded in 1983. Based on the know-how and license of KLEEMANN HUBTECHNIK GmbH, nowdays operates both in the manufacturing and the trading of Complete Lift Systems field. The head office is based in Kilkis, Northern Greece, with offices and subsidiaries in 10 territories serving more than 90 countries worldwide.


Kleemann was established in 1983 as Kleemann Hellas SA after a contract for transfer of know-how from the German-based Kleemann Hubtechnik GmbH. In 2002, the company began manufacturing new elevator cabs and their own machine roomless elevators.

Group of companies

There are several groups of subsidiaries of Kleemann:

  • KLEFER - automatic lift doors (Kilkis, Greece)
  • KLEEMANN ASANSOR (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • LIFTOVI (Serbia)
  • KLEEMANN LIFT RO (Romania)
  • MODA LIFT (Kilkis, Greece)
  • KLEEMANN LIFTS China (Kunshan, People's Republic of China)
  • KLEEMANN LIFTS UK (Oxfordshire, United Kingdom)
  • KLEEMANN RUSSIA (Moscow, Russia)

Elevator fixtures

Main article: Kleemann Elevator Fixtures Guide

Notable installations


  • Zara - Westfield Sydney, Sydney[1]
  • Dulwich Hill LRT Station, Sydney
  • Sydney Overseas Passenger Terminal, Sydney (2015)[2]
  • Aldi Supermarket, Thornleigh, Sydney
  • Nepean Hospital (North Block), Kingswood, NSW
  • UWS Penrith - Kingswood Campus Library, Kingswood, NSW


  • Athens Metro, Athens
  • Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, Athens
  • Interbalkan Medical Center, Thessaloniki
  • The Royal Theater, Thessaloniki
  • Macedonia International Airport, Macedonia
  • Arthontopetra Hotel, Megalo Horio, Karpenisi
  • Tsivili Beach Hotel, Tsivili, Zakynthos

United Kingdom

  • Westbridge Hotel (Stratford High Street), London
  • Waitrose Bayswater, London
  • Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth
  • American Express Brighton Stadium, Brighton
  • University of Cambridge - Astrophysics Building, Cambridge
  • Waterstones, Livingston
  • Northgate House, Bath Spa
  • Wilko (High Street), Bromley
  • Next - The Trafford Centre
  • Barclays, Manchester[3]
  • Next - Waterside Shopping Centre, Lincoln
  • Debenhams (Parliament Street) Harrogate[4]
  • Sports Direct, Boston[5]
  • Sports Direct (Nortumberland Street), Newcastle
  • Morrisons, Crawley[6]

Other countries

  • Kelfkensbos Parking Garage, Nijmegen, Netherland (installed by Tramétex)
  • MC Kleine Steeg, Sittard, Netherland
  • Barkarby Handelsplats (Herrestavägen), Barkarby, Järfälla, Sweden
  • Eger Shopping, Oslo, Norway
  • Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Hotel Townhouse 27, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Renesansa Shopping Center, Zrenjanin, Serbia
  • CITYPARK Shopping Center, Albania
  • Novokosino Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
  • Tekhnopark Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
  • Sevastopol Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • Ünalan Metro Station, İstanbul, Turkey (installed by ThyssenKrupp)
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, Ireland
  • Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
  • Alda Hotel, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Iceland Academy of the Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Bankastræti 5, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Kong Chow Clan Association, Singapore

Distributors outside Greek

  • Al Yousuf Elevators and Escalators (United Arab Emirates)
  • Elevator Services Group (Australia)
  • The Britannic Lift Company
  • TJ Lift Solution Ltd. (England)
  • Tramétex (Netherlands)
  • RC Hissservice AB (Sweden)
  • I.T.K. AB (Stockholm, Sweden)

External links

List of elevator and escalator companies

Major companies: DoverExpress LiftFujitecHyundaiKoneMitsubishiOtisSchindlerSigmaThyssenthyssenkrupp

Other/smaller/historic companies: Access Elevator & LiftsAmtechA&P. StevenAnlevArmorASEAAsea GrahamAtlas (Brazil)Atlas (Northern California)Automobile Rotary Lift Co.Axel LiftsBennie LiftsBoralCNIMDaldossDeveDiebold AufzügeDong YangDopplerElectraElevators Pty. Ltd.ElexEllis & McDougallEvans LiftsFalconiFiamGeneral (CA, older)GiantGoldStarGraham BrothersGuangriHammond & ChampnessHaughtonHaushahnHävemeier & SanderHitachiIFEIGVIndoliftInter-UpIsraliftIZAMETJ&E HallJohns & WaygoodKfirKleemannKoppel A.W.LGMANMarryat & ScottMiamiMontgomeryMorris VermaportMP LiftsNipponOmegaOrenstein & KoppelOrona/Electra VitoriaPaynePickerings LiftsPneumatic Vacuum ElevatorsR. StahlReliableRheinstahlSabiemSchlierenSeabergSEC ElevatorsSergeShenyang BrilliantSITESSJECStaleyStannahStiglerTechnosThymanToshibaU.S. ElevatorVýtahy OstravaWaygood & Co.WestinghouseXJYungtayZREMB

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

Third-party elevator component companies: AdamsArkelBUT-SANC. E. ElectronicsC.J. AndersonDewhurst (ERM) • DMG (Mad) • ECIEpcoESIEverbrightFermator GroupGALHollister-WhitneyInnovation IndustriesJinlixJRTKronenbergLiSALanger & LaumannLester ControlsMagnetekMCEMonitorNewLiftPTLSalientSchaeferSematic GroupSTEPTVCVegaWittur Group/SelcomMore...

Other than above are marked as third-party elevator maintenance companies.

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