GH Cranes & Components has a rich legacy of providing high-quality cranes and lifting equipment worldwide. With decades of experience and a global presence, GH Cranes & Components is constantly innovating to maintain its competitive edge. To achieve this, we continually seek out new ideas and solutions that can enhance our business units, including crane digitization and connected services. We are seeking startups that offer technologies that can help us develop and industrialize the next generation of smart cranes and connected services. Our focus is on startups that can provide solutions that optimize our processes, improve efficiency, and boost productivity. If your startup has an innovative solution that can help us achieve these goals, we invite you to join GH Startup Factory and collaborate with us.
We are looking to partner with startups that offer cutting-edge technologies for autonomous driving and automated operation of cranes and charts. These solutions have the potential to revolutionize the industry by improving safety, reducing human error, increasing efficiency and productivity, and enabling new business models. Partner with us to transform the lifting and logistics industry.
We are situated in the lifting and logistics industry, where innovation and technology are driving progress. We are seeking startups with cutting-edge solutions in computer vision, robotics, IoT and other industry 4.0 technologies that can enhance productivity and efficiency in the manufacturing processes of cranes and other lifting equipment. Our goal is to find solutions that can help automate processes, improve maintenance, optimize workflows, and enhance the overall performance of liftings and logistics equipment. If you have an innovative solution that can help drive the Industry 4.0 revolution in our industry, we want to hear from you.
Your startup has a scalable business model, based on wholly owned intellectual property. Startups offering consulting or engineering service do not fall within our scope.
Your startup is a legal entity with the majority of shares owned by the individual founders and venture capitalists. No single company controls your startup. Your solution does not have to be tried and tested yet, but you have a functional prototype for testing.
Your startup at least has seed funding from a professional investor. This could be a venture capital investor or an equity-based accelerator.