E-karts on the kart track at World of Material Handling 2016

People, Vehicles and Technology

eMotion Magazine

A Partner with a Keen Eye for Detail

Stephan Zwiehoff is Managing Director of Zwiehoff Zweiwege-Fahrzeuge GmbH, the company that developed the ROTRAC E2 shunter with electric drive, in collaboration with Linde eMotion. In this interview, he tell us all about the partnership.

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The E-Train

Diesel-powered trolley trains have been chugging across the Lorendamm embankment on the Halligen island of Nordstrandischmoor since the 1930s. Nowadays, the residents use these compact rail vehicles for their own private transportation needs. One of them has been converted to an electric motor.

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Electric or Bust

More than ever, people and companies are looking for the quickest, best value and most environmentally friendly ways to get from A to B. Electric vehicles, car sharing and mobility apps are paving the way for a new kind of urban transport. And some people are thinking even further ahead.

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“The Success of E-mobility Relies on Efficient Production”

Hartmut Rauen is a member of the executive board of the Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau e.V. (VDMA, German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association). In this interview, he speaks about the opportunities e-mobility offers for industry in Germany.

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Electric Speed

Back in 2010, Linde eMotion sparked a sensation with the E1, which was created when engineers integrated an electric forklift truck drive into a race kart. Just a short while later, the new e-speedster broke the existing world acceleration record. This record drive by the E1 laid the foundation for further e-karts containing Linde technology.

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