Signing Ceremony Milton Keynes Project

Wireless charging technology allows electric buses to run all day 500 tonnes CO2 to be saved per year. Initiative could reduce bus running costs by between 15-18 kEUR per annum

Electric Bus in Turin, Italy, with wireless battery charging system  IPT<sup>®</sup>-Charge

10 years of electric buses with IPT® Charge in Italy: this economical technology has come of age – charging technology establishes electric buses as a real alternative.

Signing at LCB 1

Green Port initiative in Thailand / Contract signed for the electrification of 26 container blocks / conversion from diesel to electric drive by 2013

E-RTG Test Installation in Savannah

Georgia Ports in Savannah awards Conductix-Wampfler with an order for "Drive-in L" E-RTG systems - the first Drive-in system in the Americas.

Battery charging for electric vehicle

The idea sounds as easy as convincing: Instead of „filling up“ an electric vehicle by cable the driver parks conveniently above the power source when using contactless inductive charging of the battery

E-RTG Drive-In L

To noticeably reduce fuel costs, more and more port operators are converting their cranes from diesel to electric. The new “Drive-In L” solution from Conductix-Wampfler is an especially innovative development


Optical polymer fibers guarantee the contact-free, rotating transmission of large quantities of data or Fast Ethernet over optical fibers. Fiber lengths can be up to 50 meters per channel, if used together with Conductix-Wampfler Media Converter CFC, with no sensitivity to electromagnetic interference.

Conductix-Wampfler electrifies RTG container cranes all around the world

Major port and terminal operator APM Terminals plans to convert RTG cranes to electrical operation / Global frame agreement signed with Conductix-Wampfler for RTG crane conversions.