Montgomery Kone was the merging brand between Montgomery Elevator Company and Kone in the United States. It was formed after Kone bought Montgomery in 1994. The brand was officially defunct in 2000 and it is now simply known as Kone.
- Palisades Shopping Center, West Nyack, NY
- Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL
- Park Hyatt Hotel, Chicago, IL
- Albuquerque International Sunport (AIS) Airport, Albuquerque, NM
- Marriott's Beach Place Tower, Fort Lauderdale Beach, FL
- Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City, MO
- Kansas City Convention Center Arena, Kansas City, MO
- Denver International Airport, Denver, CO (1995)
- State of Georgia Building, Atlanta, GA (1994-1996, modernizations)
- West Tower, Tropicana Resort and Casino, Atlantic City, NJ (1996)
- 101 E Park Blvd, Plano, TX (modernized, 2000)
- International Plaza, Dallas, TX (1999)
- Plaza del Sol Mall, Bayamon, PR
- JCPenney - Plaza Centro Mall, Caguas, PR
- Sears - Las Catalinas Mall, Caguas, PR
- Kone's AMD door operator was first invented under this brand (US Patent no.: 5797471, expired in 2019), which is currently produced by Wittur Group in their Austria plant.
- This company is sometimes nicknamed as MontyKone by several YouTube elevator enthusiasts.
Notes and references
- Official website (archived)
|Merging brand or joint venture elevator companies|
|LG-OTIS • Kone Marryat Scott • Montgomery Kone • Schindler Haughton • Thyssen Dover • ThyssenKrupp Dongyang • Kone Westinghouse • XJ Schindler|
|Full list: List of elevator and escalator companies|
|See also: Third-party elevator maintenance companies|
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