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The history of Linde Material Handling began back in 1904, when Hugo Güldner, Karl von Linde and Georg von Kraus founded the joint venture Güldner Motoren-Gesellschaft GmbH in Munich. Three years later, the company moved to Aschaffenburg.
In 1929, Linde’s Eismaschinen Aktiengesellschaft acquired all of the company's shares and gradually restructured it. At that time, the most important products were engines and agricultural tractors.
The company flourished in the middle of the last century and was associated with the active development of technological solutions.
In 1969, the company completely stopped the production of tractors and focused exclusively on the production and development of forklifts and material handling equipment.
Already in 1971, Linde presented the electric forklift at the famous exhibition Hannover Messe.
Since the 1970s, Linde has been actively expanding through the purchase of core assets around the world. So in 1977, the Baker Material Handling Corporation was acquired by the manufacturer of loaders from the USA, in 1984 the French manufacturer of forklift trucks Fenwick joined Linde, and in 1989 the British manufacturer of forklifts Lansing Bagnall.
In 1993, Linde came to China with the help of forklift company Linde-Xiamen.
In 2006, Linde Material Handling, until then a division of Linde AG, moved to the newly created group of companies KION.
From January 1, 2013, the hydraulics division was legally independent Linde Hydraulics separated from Linde Material Handling.
In 2010, Linde became the first industrial truck manufacturer in Europe to include a range of fuel cells in its range.
In 2014, the first cars with a lithium-ion battery appeared. Linde electric forklift drive technology has been offered since 2011 under the Linde eMotion label for applications such as commercial electric drive trucks or electric forklifts.
In 2015, Linde introduced the first automated vehicles in cooperation with Balyo and the fleet management system connect.
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