Leitner — Perfect on the slopes and in the city


(Sponsored Content) Ropeways from LEITNER — sustainable, high-tech transportation solutions.

In use around the world today, cable car systems from LEITNER are carrying out a variety of transportation tasks with unparalleled success. From our traditional role bringing skiers and snowboarders to the pistes comfortably, safely and quickly; to creating accessible, thrilling tourist experiences; and, increasingly, solving traffic problems in urban areas, LEITNER ropeways are improving how people move about their daily lives.

Every ropeway by LEITNER is a unique product and a customized solution. LEITNER ropeways is committed to state-of-the-art products which combine leading edge technologies with a commitment to quality, design and sustainability that meet each customers’ individual requirements.

To date, LEITNER ropeways has built cable car installations in fifty countries worldwide and currently has ropeways in operation with a total line length of 2,000 km.

For more information about LEITNER, our products and contact information please click here.

3S Eisgratbahn

PisaMover Enhances Urban Mobility

LEITNER ropeways celebrates opening of the new cable-propelled urban rail system, the PisaMover. The MiniMetro is built with LEITNER’s DirectDrive system. Read more here.

3S Eisgratbahn

New Winter Season Comes New Cable Cars

Resorts across Europe have kicked off the new ski season with brand new cable lifts built by LEITNER. This includes the record setting 3S lift, the Eisgratbahn. Read more here.

3S Eisgratbahn

World’s Highest 3S Gondola

LEITNER will set a new record by building a 3S gondola to connect Klein Matterhorn (3,883m). It is scheduled to open by 2018/19 winter season. Read more here.

3S Eisgratbahn

Nordic Countries Places Trust in LEITNER

Six new chairlifts have been built in four popular ski resorts across Scandanavia. Skiers can now hit the slopes quickly, comfortably and safely. Read more here.


Mexicable Urban Cable Car Opens

Mexico’s first urban gondola reduces travel times by 30 minutes and helps beautify Ecatepec with unique station designs. Read more here.


Longest 3S Gondola in Alps

The Alps longest 3S gondola opened its doors to passengers in October. The world’s first 2 section 3S was completed in just 16 months. Read more here.


Seeing Animals From Above

Visitors glide above Northern Spain’s Cabarceno Natural Park in two special ropeways to view the zoo’s 120+ unique animal species. Read more here.

Rax Ropeway

Modernizing Rax Ropeway

Rax Ropeway, a top attraction in the Viennese Alps which takes passengers 1,500m above sea level, chose LEITNER to help modernize its aerial tram. Read more here.


Cable Car Map

Explore and learn more about the many cable cars built by LEITNER in its new Google integrated ropeway map. Be sure to check out its 3D features! Read more here.

Dorfbahn Gerlos

Dorfbahn Cable Lift

Zillertal Arena, a major winter sports hub in Austria, has chosen LEITNER to build a 10-person gondola to help reduce traffic and enhance passenger comfort. Read more here.

Obereggen Plose Mountain

Technological Excellence

Obereggen & Plose Ski, two of South Tyrol’s top ski resorts, trusts in LEITNER to build a Telemix & 10-passenger gondola to improve comfort and functionality. Read more here.

Belt Conveyor

Longest Aerial Belt Conveyor

LEITNER sets a new world record by building a single 14.4km aerial belt conveyor which transports 1,500 tons of limestone per hour in Brazil. Read more here.


New 2015 Annual Report

LEITNER installs more than 2 dozens ropeways in 9 countries in 2015. Leitner continues to provide technological leadership in urban & winter ropeway solutions. Read more here.


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