Mi-Jack Products acquires Yardeye GmbH. Executives from both companies stand in front of the Mi-Jack/Lanco world headquarters in Homewood, IL on May 31st, 2022. L-R: Jack Wepfer, VP of Finance and Accounting for Mi-Jack/Lanco, Stephan Trauth, Managing Director of Yardeye, Aaron Newton, VP of Sales for Mi-Jack, and Simon Fiera, VP of Technology for Mi-Jack.
HOMEWOOD, Ill. & KARLSRUHE, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE) — Mi-Jack Products, the industry leader in Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) Cranes, container handling machinery, and technology for port and intermodal facilities, has announced a successful acquisition of Yardeye GmbH, a Germany-based automation, collision avoidance, and work zone protection provider for the port and rail container industries.
Christian Augustin, Founder of Yardeye and managing director of indurad said, “The team has been growing Yardeye since 2017 from a concept to a company with a global impact serving the intermodal and container handling industry. We are very proud with what we have achieved, and we believe that together with Mi-Jack, Yardeye will continue its success story, for our customers as well as our employees. indurad and I will continue to focus our activities on radar technology for bulk material handling.”
Mi-Jack is recognized worldwide as an industry leader and innovator in rubber-tired gantry (RTG) cranes and other products and solutions globally. Mi-Jack’s Mi-Star suite of automation technology includes AccuSteer, AccuStack, AccuView, VehicleView, and AccuFleet. Mi-Star is installed on thousands of pieces of equipment throughout the world.
Corporate headquarters are in Hazel Crest, Illinois at an ISO 9001:2017 certified facility that produces Translift™ and Travelift® RTG’s now in use on six continents. The company maintains four regional operations headquarters and five sales offices. Mi-Jack is part of the Lanco Group of Companies.
For more information, go to www.mi-jack.com.
ContactsMi-Jack Aaron Newton, Vice President of Sales (708)-596-5200
Yardeye Stephan Trauth, Managing Director