Our customers around the world

Sustainable narrow track and compact vehicles for municipalities and service companies

The next step for LADOG is to electrify the vehicles in its current portfolio. To kick off this project with two vehicles initially, the Black Forest-based company is relying on battery solutions from Webasto.

Danfoss & Webasto: a joint vision for e-mobility

Danfoss and Webasto have a complementary product portfolio and share the same visions and ambitions. We have joined forces to share our experiences from electrification projects and offer a superior customer value to the industry.

Fully electrified 90-ton drilling rig

Dutch manufacturer Dieseko in collaboration with Webasto and partner.
Danfoss Editron, venture into electrification of a giant Woltman drilling rig. The civil engineering machine weighs in at 90 tons and can drive piles of up to 36 meters in length into the ground by drilling or driving.

100 % Webasto power - Discover our reference projects

We are a long-term and experienced partner for our customers and are delighted about our growing customer base. We would like to show you a few of our partnerships and projects in the field of electrification. 

Truck with pantograph from RWTH Aachen University

The PEM of the RWTH Aachen University is developing electrified trucks with pantographs and Webasto components to sustainably reduce CO2 emission on the roads worldwide.

Successful electrification of Doosan excavators

In 2020, the Dutch company Electric Construction Equipment (E.C.E) began working on its vision of advancing e-mobility in the construction industry. To achieve this goal, the company has since started to convert excavators. Webasto‘s intelligent technology, which is used in the two models available so far, plays a central role in this endeavor.

Lohr relies on battery systems from Webasto

Starting in October 2021, the French transport company Lohr will launch Cristal, the all-electric modular shuttle system, in four cities in France. The vehicles will be powered by batteries from Webasto, one of the 100 largest suppliers to the automotive industry worldwide.

Fully electric city bus e-Kent C from Otokar

Turkey’s leading bus manufacturer Otokar has taken yet another step in the direction of an emission-free future with its twelve-meter-long passenger bus. The company is relying on batteries from Webasto, one of the world’s 100 top automotive suppliers, to power the bus.

Electrifying municipal vehicles with Green-G

The first product Green-G is launching on the market - with support from us - is a fully electric light truck. In developing this commercial vehicle, Green-G focused on the needs of service companies such as gardening businesses, municipalities, and transport companies.

Electric climber on steep terrain: Jeep Magneto

Jeep has now introduced an emission-free vehicle that takes environmental responsibility and performance – both on and off the road – to an entirely new level. We are proud to be part of this project as a reliable partner for the battery system. 

Emission-free airports with Goldhofer

Goldhofer, a manufacturer of vehicles for heavy-duty and special-transport purposes, is electrifying its products in the field of ground support equipment. 

Conversion to CO2-neutral bus with CM Fluids

Webasto, one of the world's 100 largest suppliers to the automotive industry, and CM Fluids, a start-up from the biogas industry, have successfully converted a diesel-powered bus into an innovative carbon-neutral hybrid vehicle with a gas-powered engine and backup battery.