• RAIL TECHNOLOGIES

  • OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION LINES

  • UNDERGROUND CABLE

  • ROPEWAY

History

2017

Maintenance Du Centre (MDC) joins Zeck

Maintenance du Centre located in Mignières/France is joining ZECK group and expands our product range, which now includes rail-road machines for catenary installation and rail construction.

After almost 2 years construction the new factory of Zeck TSE in Chonburi/Thailand is finally finished and celebrating the inauguration.

 

 

2014

New Complexes for Zeck after sales

16,000 m² more for our after sales services.

Certification according to DIN EN ISO 3834-3 “Quality requirements for fusion welding for metallic materials”

 

 

2012

First Certification

First certification according to the worldwide acknowledged quality management standard DIN EN ISO 9001

 

 

2011 - Founding of Zeck TSE in Thailand

Michael Zeck & Dirk Braun-Friderici are founding „ZECK Thailand“ and start the production of

braided steel ropes and steel reels according to ISO 9001

 

 

2010 - Award "Bavaria's best 50"

Expansion of production and office rooms. Award "Bavaria's Best 50".

More than 4800 ZECK machines in operation all over the world. Company still family-owned - in 3rd generation.

 

 

2007

Expansion

Expansion of production and office rooms

 

 

2005

Bavarian State Award

Bavarian State Award for Innovation for the line car LF 923

 

 

2004

Expansion

Expansion of production and office rooms

 

 

2003

"Quality in Construction Award"

"Quality in Construction Award" for ZECK catenary installation machines at the

West Coast Main Line project in UK

 

 

1996 - Catenary Construction

Starting the production of machines for catenary construction

 

 

1993

Michael Zeck jr. becomes member of the board

Michael Zeck jr. becomes member of the board

 Relocation to new Company Building

 

1981

Synchronization System

First use of ZECK's synchronization system on construction site near Vienna, Austria

 

 

1978

Erection of the World's tallest Transmission Tower

Erection of the world’s tallest transmission tower at that time with ZECK PULLER (SPW5):

Nearby Stade, the river “Elbe” for by SIEMENS

  • Height: 227 meters
  • Weight: 1000 tons

 

1973

First puller-tensioner machine

Development of the world's first puller-tensioner combination machine in 1973

WB 1500/6

 

1966

Machines for Overhead Transmission Line Construction

Fritz Zeck starts developing and manufacturing special purpose machines for overhead transmission line construction

 

 

1918

Michael Zeck founds the Company

Michael Zeck founds the company manufacturing, repair & trade of agricultural machines; family-owned since that time