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Gerro GmbH

Gerro GmbH

Carl-Benz-Strasse 1
78224 Gottmadingen
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 7731 97030
Email: info (at) gerro.de

About the company

The Talurit AB Group is privately owned and was established in 1948. It was built-up on a patented solution for mechanical splicing of wire ropes. We have been the pioneering company in this special field, developing effective methods and equipment for mechanical splicing ever since. Our company owns trade marks like GERRO, ULTRAGRIP, KONIT, HEXLOC and TALUGRIP in most countries around the world. Other known brands are TALUKON and T-LOC.

Business idea

We develop, manufacture, market and maintain equipment and systems with the highest quality for mechanical splicing of wire and wire rope for wire and wire rope fabricators worldwide! Through our high standards of efficiency, safety, reliability and quality we create added value for our customers.
This is our area of expertise which we offer all our customers around the world. We possess a unique position in the market and can offer a number of benefits in comparison with competition. In-house design and product development, in-house manufacturing, very wide and complete product range and high competence within our field are some benefits we offer.

Profile

Our profile is described in the picture beside and highlights the following values:

  • We aim to be No 1 in our field!
  • We are the most serviceminded system supplier!
  • We have the best knowledge of mechanical splicing!
  • We have the best quality in the market!

Organization

The parent company Talurit AB is based in Gothenburg, Sweden with subsidiaries near Singen in southern Germany and in Barnsley, United Kingdom. We also have a sales office in Ningbo, China. We sell our products throughout the world and have representation in most industrialized countries. Stock of standard products are strategic situated around the world to cut lead times and to improve efficiency. We are participating in standardization works in different countries and are also members in branch organisations like AWRF. Our work is aiming to achieve improved safety in the field of mechanical splicing of wire ropes.