ITHC is proud to pronounce the finished prototype of our hybrid multitruck. This product is a success itself as it switches between the two energy sources while driving. This car works mostly electric. But in the event of stronger acceleration and higher speed, the combustion engine is switched on and used together with the electric motor. Since now we don`t know about any other Hybrid in this class, so we are talking about a world debut.
The design was made by "faktor m" [www.fakto-m.de], and over the last 4 years our FORTSCHRITT Director Arne Krüger developed the car together with his team. It was a long way to go, and yesterday we celebrated the MT together with many guests, and some of our investors, friends and colleagues.
We focus now on details, to make this car ready for a serial production. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Here are the most important facts in addition with our R&D [by pressing DOWNLOAD you will receive a PDF-file]:
ITHL took part at the "OPEN DAY OF GERMAN COMPANIES" in Qingdao, among global players like STIHL and ALLIANZ.
One of the VIP guests was the German Ambassador of China, who also talked to us.
ITHL takes part at the "OPEN DAY OF GERMAN COMPANIES" in Qingdao, among global players like STIHL and ALLIANZ.
One of the VIP guests will be the German Chamber of China.
Here are the most important facts.
Shandong Provence, China
Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center
10:00 - 17:00
Our companies CSSC and FORTSCHRITT developed a complete new area for packaging and rework.
Beginning with a QC area for inspection or "blocked" items, there is an area for packaging and correction work, until it comes to storing the packaged goods completely at in foil wrapped pallets, ready to be send out.
The process of the quality management and packaging is a big topic, and only through the right process by checking every item in detail [measuring, pressure test, document it by taking pictures], companies nowadays can survive by guarantee a high quality standard.
We even make 3D drawings of each carton, each pallet and each container, which is the perfect basic for becoming an Industrial 4.0 market leader.
The new domain of the ITHL website went public today:
During the world struggle with the global coronavirus pandemic, we are reminded of our shared humanity, concerns and motivations for navigating these stressful times. Faced with uncertainty and unknown challenges, we are all called to practice conscious living in new ways.
After getting a lot of questions about the assessment of our business impact, we prepared a Power Point Presentation for our investors, partners, colleagues & key stakeholders. Please download the file with the most important facts of this short overview:
Together with the Qingdao Government we visited the "Laoshan Mountains" and had a closer look at the forest.
More than 5 million trees in 5 different provinces were infected by a virus, spreaded by a bark-beetle. In addition, there are a large number of other insects, which, if the circumstances encourage their reproduction (e.g. favorable weather, the lack of enemies, monocultures etc.), can occur in large numbers and cause great damage to the forest.
Several trees were cutted now, but to remove the stump and the tree-roots, therefore a special tool is needed. It has to be easy to carry, it should be stable, and powerful. Together with CSSC, FORTSCHRITT Agritech will produce a a prototype.
Here are some impressions of our Annual Meeting this year.
January 26, 2020
We start the year 2020 with a reminder of the legendary FORTSCHRITT evening of the interest group "Historische Mobile Gera" e.V. in Germany, at which our CEO Andreas Spiegler also gave a presentation. Thanks to everyone involved! And very special thanks to Robby Hüllner and Ralf Schmidt!
ITHC is proud to announce its first production of an electric driven product. The customer of CSSC, ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, based in Perth, Australia, provided the commission. From single parts like the creation of an electric controller board, through a fully assemblied motor driven metal body, to the whole product itself is ready to be send out now.
How does it work?
A thick stainless steel cable securely locked between two steel posts positioned either side of the entry. Once the gate is remotely activated, a motor housed inside the master post drives down a latch, releasing the cable to lie flat on the ground. After a vehicle has passed through, the cable is automatically drawn back up and locked again inside the post to re-secure the entry.