Luxembourg-based CTI Systems has a long and proud history of outstanding achievements in the design of materials flow solutions for industry.

The company has stayed true to its founding values of integrity, engineering excellence and social commitment and has evolved into a world-renowned industrial technology leader.

Photo Inauguration - 1 - History
Photo Old CTI - History
Cleveland Tramrail International S.A. (C.T.I.) is incorporated in Luxembourg as a subsidiary of Cleveland Crane & Engineering of Ohio, USA.
Photo 1963 : Inauguration Clervaux
On July 13th, 1963, the factory in Clervaux is inaugurated in the presence of Prince Charles.
The first Tarca track is built in CTI’s new Luxembourg production facility.
The extension to the Clervaux plant is inaugurated – once again in the presence of Prince Charles.
Photo Tarca - History
Photo CTI Systems SA - History
Photo History - History
CTI is aquired by the Luxembourg investment bank, SNCI Société Nationale de Crédit et d’Investissement.
CTI achieves ISO 9001 certification.
Photo Inauguration - 2002 - History
Cleveland Tramrail International officially becomes CTI Systems S.A. to reflect the company’s activities as a supplier of automated material handling and storage systems.
The laying of a foundation stone signifies that work has begun on the construction of CTI’s new engineering centre at Lentzweiler.
The engineering centre in Lentzweiler is completed.
Office at Lentzweiler 2006
The new engineering centre and production facilities in Lentzweiler are inaugurated on October 5th, 2005.
Photo Inauguration CTI - History
Extension of the Lentzweiler production facility.
Paul Wurth acquires a 50.4% shareholding in CTI Systems S.A. A further 24.8% was acquired in 2011.
CTI current LOGO - History
The German SMS Group and Paul Wurth announce the merger of their subsidiary companies - SMS Logistiksysteme GmbH and CTI Systems S.A. - to form AMOVA S.à r.l. and Amova GmbH.
AMOVA S.à r.l. is rebranded as CTI Systems S.à r.l.
Following a management buy-out, CTI Systems S.à r.l. leaves the SMS / Paul Wurth Group and is owned by six senior managers of the company.
Logo CTI 2024 - History
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