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LUTZ Elevators is your expert in all aspects of the lift industry. Our range of services encompasses planning, manufacture and assembly of installations in new and existing buildings as well as repair, maintenance, modernisation and restoration. Flexibility and close relations with the customer are always our key concern. Here you can find your personal contact person for your specific request:

Your contact person

Marcello Pantke

Tel: +49 40 72769 118

Elevator technology and partner-based customer relationships have been the focus of his work for nearly three decades. He accompanies the product from the first blueprint to its installation and beyond, and he knows how to efficiently implement the most diverse requirements in terms of technology and design.

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David Jaramillo

Tel: +49 40 72769 203

From container ships to mega yachts – David Jaramillo has many years of experience dealing with the demanding service and scheduling requirements in the maritime industry. As naval architect he is also very familiar with all technical and regulatory requirements, as well as the applicable international rules and standards. He is your first point of contact when it comes to manufacturer-independent after sales services for marine elevators, including annual inspections, maintenance, repair, spare parts and modernisation of elevators on board of vessels and offshore platforms.

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Marten Beyer

Tel: 040-72769-264

An impressive level of technical and commercial expertise makes Marten Beyer the ideal first point of contact within our repair  sales department. Looking back at nearly 30 years of experience, he knows the individual and demanding requirements of our customers like the back of his hand. He is driven by an ambition to offer and implement the best technically and financially viable solution for customers whatever the situation.

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Your contact person

Eva Hillmer

Tel: +49 40 72769 248

Our customers can always count on Eva Hillmer. She was instrumental in setting up the new accounting system at LUTZ Elevators and has spent many years getting to knows the ins and outs of the company and its processes. Thanks to her extensive know-how, she is the primary point of contact for customer’s questions.

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Your contact person

Svenja Grimm

Tel: +49 40 72769 158

As head of the service centre, all that matters to her is the satisfaction of each and every one of the LUTZ customers. She is a bastion of calm, even when things get a little hectic. By taking a proactive approach, she always manages to turn problems into solutions.

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Steel-hard industrial charm

The site of the former Bötzow brewery can look back on an eventful past. Over the course of the 20th century, what was once Berlin’s largest private brewery, which had been in existence since 1894, increasingly fell into ruin. Thanks to entrepreneur Hans Georg Näder, the brewery was saved: Starting in 2011, the Berlin office of David Chipperfield Architects drew up a comprehensive plan to revitalise the entire site in accordance with the requirements for the protection of historical monuments. This is based on one important premise: the preservation of traces left behind by use and time. 

Protection of monuments and modern technology

The three passenger lifts and the goods lift that LUTZ Aufzüge built for this property therefore operate in an environment that is steeped in history. Our technically sophisticated and visually attractive solution combines the requirements of the historical building under monument protection with modern lift technology.

Black steel emphasises rustic character

The black steel surfaces of the cabin, doors and surrounding frames are a particular highlight. Black steel is raw steel that has an untreated black-blue surface after production. The rustic material fits perfectly into the spatial concept of the former brewery building and underlines its post-industrial character.