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In 1920, Hans Still opened a workshop that repaired electric motors and produced semi-automatic devices that supply electrical energy in emergency situations.
Still took reliability, speed and personal perfectionism as the basic principles of work, therefore he quickly gained success and fame in Hamburg.
1945 was the starting point for Still as a manufacturer of warehouse equipment.
The electric forklift truck Still EK 2000 with a lifting capacity of 2 tons was introduced to the German market. The next two years, the product earned a reputation.
In 1947, the German Federal Railways ordered a large batch of EK 2000s from Still.
A year later, a tricycle tractor (Still Muli-Mobil) was released. In 1949, the first forklift truck, the EGS 1000, was put into production.
1952 was a fatal year for the company - founder Hans Still died in a car accident.
However, the management decided to continue the activity.
Until 1964, measures were taken to expand and modernize the Still.
During this time, new assembly shops, an office center were opened, and a thermal power plant was launched.
The next two decades, the company strengthened its position in the German market, and then engaged in worldwide expansion.
In 2008, the company received an award from the International Forklift Manufacturers Association (FLTA - ForkLift Truck Association).
Since 2015, unmanned warehouse equipment has been actively developed.
In 2019, Still receives the prestigious IFOY Award in the Unmanned Vehicles and Intralogistics Robots category for the LTX 50 automated tractor and LiftRoller iGo with automatic loading and unloading function.
The units were among the first in the world capable of handling loads weighing up to 1. 2 tons without the participation of an operator.