Due to the strong backlog due to the war, manual hoists were mainly manufactured for the domestic market for several years. Gradually, exports to various European countries and to the Congo, which was still a Belgian colony at the time, increased.
There were also electric traveling cranes equipped with electric trolleys or winches from Demag.
At the same time, more and more special lifting platforms were produced. From 6t to 14t for forklifts and other short, heavy vehicles and later also 6-post lifting platforms for extra long vehicles such as articulated buses, articulated trucks, etc.