• Sourcebook Electromobility

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SCHOPF Maschinenbau GmbH

Future market hybrid and electric drives


Contact person

Ansprechpartner SCHOPF Maschinenbau GmbH

Thomas Berger
Parkstrasse 19 – 21
73760 Ostfildern
Phone: +49 711 34000 75
Fax: +49 711 34110 87
thomas.berger@remove-this.schopf-gse.com
www.schopf-gse.com

Organization type

vehicle manufacturers and supplier

Category

Companies


schopf tow tractors: they have the power

SCHOPF Maschinenbau GmbH, member of the Goldhofer AG Group since January 2013, de-signs, produces and sells vehicles for civil and military aerospace applications and for the mining and tunnelling industry. This includes a complete range of aircraft and cargo tractors for moving aircrafts or loads of any weight class. The spectrum of underground loaders for the mining and tunnelling industry ranges from load capacities of 3.5 to 18 tonnes. SCHOPF products are equipped with the latest drive technology. They are available with diesel, gas, electric and power-hybrid drives. As early as 1982, SCHOPF supplied airlines worldwide with electric tractors, F356E and F246E. SCHOPF counts on e-mobility as the future market. The electric drive SCHOPF uses is highly efficient, low maintenance and perfectly adapted to the needs required in heavy-duty applications. SCHOPF`s successful F110 aircraft tractor is also available in an electric version, the F110 electric. This drive in connection with flexible battery management and innovative charging technology allows conventional aircraft tractors to be replaced by environmentally friendly technology.The ZH4/ZH5 drive combines the economy and environmental friendliness of an electric motor and the power and reliability of a diesel engine. The hybrid drive develops optimal efficiency depending on its field of use.