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    Company history

    ZF Friedrichshafen KG (ZF Group)

    ZF drives and transmissions are a trademark on the construction machinery market.

    The company was founded in 1915 by Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH and Max Maag Zahnräderfabrik.

    Later, gearboxes and axles were manufactured and a new factory was built in Passau. Gearboxes of types 3WG, 4WG to 8WG, which are installed in heavy machines and heavy-duty transporters as well as mining vehicles, were produced there. These gearboxes are particularly often installed in dump trucks and various wheel loaders. Various manufacturers are successfully installing modern planetary axles with wet brakes in high-speed wheel loaders with a load capacity of up to 40 tons. These are the AP and APL type series.

    Since construction of wind turbines began, ZF has been supporting well-known system manufacturers with intelligent wind turbine gearboxes.

    The factory in Saarbrücken exclusively produces drive technology such as transmissions, axle drives, drive modules and drive components for cars.

    Small series and custom-made products are produced in Berlin.

    In 2000, the company Steyr Antriebstechnik Austria was taken over by ZF Friedrichshafen AG. Gearboxes for agricultural machinery, forklift trucks, construction and special machines are built here.

    ZF took over the American supplier TRW in May 2015. For antitrust reasons, the ZF Lenksysteme GmbH division in Schwäbisch-Gmünd had to be separated. This company was completely taken over by Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH in 2015.

    The main business areas of ZF Friedrichshafen AG today are car drive technology, car industrial technology, chassis technology and commercial vehicle technology. ZF currently employs around 146,000 people worldwide and has annual sales of 36.4 billion euros. The company is therefore one of the largest automotive suppliers in the world.

    The company’s headquarters are still in Friedrichshafen. 93.8% of the shares belong to the Zeppelin Foundation. The foundation is sponsored by the city of Friedrichshafen. There is a profit transfer agreement between the foundation and the city.