The ZIEHL-ABEGG landmark, ZATOWER, for high-tech, bionic concepts and feeling the future, is located right at the Kupferzell exit of the A6 motorway towards Nuremberg. Shining and impossible to miss, the ZATOWER is the company’s ambassador day and night, in any direction.
ZATOWER not only looks great, but also is full of surprises. This is already clear when entering the glass building, as one stands in the generous, futuristic-seeming foyer of the ZATOWER. Here, in Günther-Ziehl-Straße 1, in Kupferzell (industrial park Hohenlohe), is where visitors, customers and guests of the company start to enter the impressive world of ZIEHL-ABEGG.
Celebrities, radio and TV stations have visited the ZATOWER already. The attractive building may only have been completed in May 2014, but it has already collected a great number of stories and meetings of very special kinds.
ZATOWER – Finest products
ZAdisc production – flattest hightech lift drive
Production of the ZAscanpro ring drive developed specifically for medical
and scanning technology
Development and production of the only electrical and gearless wheel hub drive of this size in the world – the ZAwheel®
Star guest: Football legend Sepp Maier
ZAsyn – Drive for the drive-disc rope lifts with highest energy-efficiency
Best hospitality with an all-round view in the restaurant on the 5th floor
of the ZATOWER – DeSi in the TOWER
Production of the world-renowned energy-efficient lift drive from the ZAtop series with payloads up to 6500 kg
Electrical wheel hub drive developed for a clean future of our towns
State-of-the-art production lane for producing all series offered of the ZAtop
Development and production of highly sensitive, precisely fitting control technology like the ZAdyn
Visiting the ZATOWER: Boxing world champion Regina Halmich
Gigantic, impressive, stylish design chandelier
Lift drive from the ZAtop series: powerful, reliable and low-maintenance
Visiting the ZATOWER: The ARD team with the „Sendung mit der Maus“
A diverse, pleasant meeting point, not only for businesspeople: the DeSi in the ZATOWER