In the year 2000, ZF took over the former Steyr drive technology from the automotive supplier Magna. Steyr drive technology was the remaining part of the tradition-steeped Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG, one of the most important Austrian industrial companies. This company arose 1934 out of the Steyr armoury (founded in 1864 by Josef Werndl at Steyr), the Austrian Daimler motor company (founded in 1899 at Wiener Neustadt), and the bicycle factory Puch (founded 1891 by Johann Puch at Graz).
Today, more than 900 different components for agricultural machinery, like for example tractors or harvesters, lift trucks, construction and special vehicles are being produced for the division industrial technology at the location Steyr. On a production area of 44,000 square meters a workforce of about 500 employees is manufacturing single components and total agricultural machinery transmissions as well as steering gears components for the automotive sector.
ZF Steyr is certificated according to ISO 9001, EN ISO 14001, and ISO/TS 16949.
Products: Flanges, Stearing Gears, Pinions
Applications: Passengers Cars
Products: Synchromesh and Powershift Transmissions, Continuous Variable Transmissions, Rear Axles, Axle Drives for Combine Harvesters, Flanges, Housings, Gears, Shafts, Axle End Drivers, Assemblies
Applications: Tractors up to 600 hp, Combine Harvesters, Harvesting Machinery
Products: Output Gears, Output Shafts, Drive Shafts, Double Gears, Housings
Applications: All-Wheel Trucks, Commercial Vehicles, Construction Machinery
Products: Drive Pinions, Spur Gears, Steering Pinions, Planetary Gears, Sun Gears, Ring Gears
Applications: Electric Lift Trucks, Lift Trucks with Combustion Engines
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