Groundbreaking Swiss engineering keeps people in the world's cities moving safely, efficiently and reliably.
Our Chairman Silvio Napoli talks about urbanization, Schindler’s groundbreaking technology and how many people believe Schindler is actually an American company in an interview published in the spring supplement of Foreign Policy, a magazine that covers US and global politics and economics for decision-makers in business, finance and government.
Today, about 4.2 billion people live in our urban centers and the UN says that could rise to 6.7 billion by 2050. As cities become more populated, the main way to increase living space is to build upward. “Today, the key obstacle to this is the ability to transport people in a safe and reliable way. That is where the Schindler Group comes in,” says Silvio Napoli.