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Orona
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Founded

1964 (San Sebastián, Spain)

Subsidiaries

Electra Vitoria (founded in 1962)

Website

orona-group.com

Orona is a Spanish elevator company founded in 1964 and currently headquartered in Hernani, Gipuzkoa, Spain. They have a subsidiary called Electra Vitoria which was founded in 1962. Orona also operates globally with branches and distributors located in different countries.

History

Orona was founded in 1964 in San Sebastián as Orona, S. Coop, which was originally a manufacturer of boilermaking equipment. They started making elevators under license from Sabiem, an Italian elevator company. They merged with MASTRA in 1967. In 1975, they started making their own elevators under the Orona brand after their licence with Sabiem ended. It was the largest elevator company in Spain in 1983. In 1989, Orona started making escalators[1].

In February 2016, Orona acquired EST Ascenseurs of France and Heis 1 Group of Norway.

​Notable products

​3G

3G is Orona's standard MRL model.

Elevator fixtures

Main article: Orona Elevator Fixtures Guide

Notable installations

Main article: List of notable Orona elevator installations

Overseas distributors

England

  • Ace Lift
  • Independent Lifts
  • Liftwise
  • Triangle Lift Services
  • Triple S Lift Services

France

  • A. M. S.
  • Alti-Lift (Brest)
  • ERA
  • Loire Ascenseurs (Vienne and Lyon)

Netherlands

  • LTF
  • All-in Liften

Other countries

  • AMSLift (Finland)
  • Aslec (France)
  • Eggert Aufzuge Gmbh (Germany, discontinued)
  • Heis-Tek, Elevator AS, and Heis 1 Group[2] (Norway)
  • Länets Hiss (Västernorrland, Sweden, discontinued)
  • Nasco Trading LLC (United Arab Emirate)
  • PT. Delta Mitra Perkasa (Indonesia)
  • Shan On Engineering (Hong Kong, China, for MRL elevators only and installed under their subsidiary "Electra Vitoria" names)[3][4].
  • Solar Alert Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
  • Lao Peng Nguan Co., Ltd. (Thailand)

Gallery

Notes and references

  1. Orona history (Spanish)
  2. Heis 1 Group has been a distributor of Orona in Norway for 14 years and has locations in six Norwegian cities.
  3. Shan On Engineering Co. Ltd.
  4. Shan On Engineering was taken over by Kone in Hong Kong, China from 2017.[1]

External links

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Full list: List of elevator and escalator companies
See also: Third-party elevator maintenance companies

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