CTI Systems can look back proudly on 50 years of outstanding, industrial achievements and is looking forward to the challenges of the future.
Cleveland Tramrail International (C.T.I.) has been based in Luxembourg since 1962 and boasts a long engineering pedigree. At first, it focused on manufacturing overhead material handling equipment. The patented crane rail and monorail systems were marketed to US companies in Luxembourg and surrounding European countries among others. In 1993 C.T.I. was acquired by SNCI (a Luxembourg investment bank). After constantly and successfully expanding its business fields, C.T.I. ultimately became CTI Systems S.A. in 1997, which was intended to give the fiting name to our profile as a supplier of automated material handling and storage systems. In 2003, the company moved into the new administration and engineering building and in 2005 into the new production facilities on the industrial zone of Eselborn-Lentzweiler. The production site was extended in 2008 to create new storage areas and increase the production assembly and test capabilities.
On June 5th 2009, the Luxembourg-based Paul Wurth Group acquired CTI Systems to combine the competences of both companies. Due to the steady growth of the business, the Board of Directors of CTI Systems decided to expand the engineering centre by 1500 m² in 2011.
Incorporation of Cleveland Tramrail International S.A. (C.T.I.) in Luxembourg on Aug. 14th, 1962, as subsidiary of Cleveland Crane & Engineering in Wickliffe, Ohio, USA
New production facilities in Lentzweiler
Inauguration of the new engineering centre and production facilities in Lentzweiler on Oct. 5th, 2005
- The German SMS group GmbH and Paul Wurth S.A. of Luxembourg, are merging their subsidiary companies SMS Logistiksysteme GmbH and CTI Systems S.A. to form the companies: AMOVA S.à r.l. and Amova GmbH.