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The story of Still began on February 1, 1920, when Hans Still opened his first workshop in Hamburg.
The first workshop was founded by Still in 22 years, the energy of a young specialist and faith in their work laid down the principles on which the company has been holding for more than 90 years and continues to grow.
Hans Still offered his customers high quality products, reliability and speed of service, which won fame for the electric motor repair company and in the same year Hans Still began its own production of electric motors.
In 1924, the production of generators began, and the number of employees grew to 20 people from three enthusiasts who were passionate about their work.
In 1937, the company's staff already numbered 500 people, and in our time at Still there are more than 6,000 employees worldwide.
The company's headquarters in Berzeliusstraße, Hamburg, was opened by Hans Still in 1932 and, despite the wartime and crises of all subsequent years, Still never moved its head office.
After the war, Still introduces a new product to the market that allowed the company to stay afloat and grow significantly in the future - the EK 2000 electric forklift, capable of lifting weights up to 2 tons.
From this moment Still begins to grow as a manufacturer of warehouse and material handling equipment. Soon, the company introduced its first forklift truck EGS 1000.
Still establishes a network of new service stations and in the 60s at Still they decide to modernize production and create new assembly shops, which the company has been able to do in a record five years.
Still products are in great demand, both in Germany and in other European countries.
In 1979, the company registers the trademark STILL GmbH. Still one of the first to start using IBM equipment to upgrade production processes.
By 1990, Still grew into a giant of the industry, having representative offices in almost all countries of the Eurozone.
Today Still produces warehouse and construction equipment, conducts service throughout Europe, being one of the leading manufacturers of warehouse equipment and forklifts.
Still produces forklift trucks with engines for liquefied gas, diesel and electric, with a lifting capacity of up to 8 tons and a special system of economical fuel consumption.