^ abSwoboda Seilbahnbau GmbH ceased manufacturing ropeways, and was renamed Carvatech Karosserie- und Kabinenbau GmbH, known as Carvatech, in 2005.
^Doppelmayr Holding SE operates various subsidiaries worldwide under the Doppelmayr and Garaventa brands. Seven of these are responsible for manufacturing parts, namely Doppelmayr Seilbahnen GmbH (Austria), Garaventa AG (Switzerland), Doppelmayr Canada Ltd., Sanhe Doppelmayr Transport Systems Co., Ltd. (China), Doppelmayr France SAS, Doppelmayr Italia Srl, and Doppelmayr USA, Inc. Doppelmayr has manufactured ropeways from 1937; Garaventa was founded in 1928.
^No ropeways are manufactured under the HTI Group brand, however the company operates several subsidiaries manufacturing ropeways.
^Leitner AG / SpA operates several subsidiaries worldwide manufacturing ropeways under the Leitner Ropeways brand, namely Leitner GmbH (Austria), Leitner France SAS, and Leitech s.r.o. (Slovakia).
^Leitner-Poma of America, Inc. is registered in the United States, and is operational throughout North America, with a subsidiary in Canada called Leitner-Poma Canada Inc. The company was founded in 1981 as Poma of America.
^Sigma Cabins is incorporated as Sigma Composite SA.
^ abLST Ropeway Systems was acquired by MND Group (France) in 2012, and was renamed MND Ropeways in September 2020. At the same time, the company merged with the French subsidiary of Bartholet.
^ abRowema AG succeeded GMD Müller Lifts AG in 1985.
^Ludwig Steurer Maschinen und Seilbahnenbau GmbH & Co KG is registered in Austria, and operates a subsidiary in Switzerland called Steurer Seilbahnen AG.
^Tatralift was founded as TPMP Kežmarok, was renamed Tatrapoma in 1995, and became Tatralift in 2010.
^Tosaku is incorporated as Tokyo Cableway Co., Ltd.
^The Hamilton Model B was the standard nutcracker tow across New Zealand and Australia in the 1950s and 1960s.
^Marchisio was acquired by Doppelmayr in the 1980s. Doppelmayr sold the subsidiary to CCM Finotello in 1993.
^The ropeway division of NSD Niederberger was acquired by Inauen-Schätti in 2007, and went into liquidation shortly after.
^Sakgiproshakht was founded in Chiatura, and later moved to Tbilisi. The company was in charge of developing and implementing most cable cars built in former Soviet Union Republics.
^Geospectrans was a Tbilisi-situated division of Sakgiproshakht, now in charge of repairing and renovating Soviet-time ropeways in Georgia.
^Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing manufactured cabins for Sakgiproshakht developed ropeways from 1946 to 1990.
^Wopfner declared bankruptcy and ceased manufacturing in 1996. The company was succeeded by Seilbahnsysteme GmbH in 2004, which was renamed Seilbahn-Landschaft-Technik GmbH in 2011. This company licenses design rights to BMF Bartholet, LST Ropeway Systems, and STM Sistem Teleferik.
^Yan Lift was incorporated as Lift Engineering & Mfg. Co.
^CTEC merged with the Garaventa's United States subsidiary in 1992 to form Garaventa CTEC, which later merged with the Doppelmayr's United States subsidiary in 2002 to form Doppelmayr CTEC, and became Doppelmayr USA, known simply as Doppelmayr, from 2011.
^The rights to Borvig designs were acquired by Partek.
^The rights to Thiokol designs were acquired by CTEC in 1978.
^50% of Girak was acquired by Garaventa in 1996 and became Girak-Garaventa. The remainder was acquired by Doppelmayr Garaventa Group in 2002 and the Girak name was discontinued.
^ abAgamatic was founded in 1981 as a joint venture between Hölzl and Doppelmayr Lana. In 2002, Agamatic, Hölzl, and Doppelmayr Lana merged to form Doppelmayr Italia.
^The company manufactured some ropeways as Garaventa-Küpfer for a few years following the merger.
^Habegger was founded in 1943. Following financial difficulties in 1980 the company was acquired by the Bernese Cantonal Bank, and the ropeway division was acquired by Von Roll in 1982. The company manufactured some ropeways as Von Roll-Habegger until 1991.
^The company manufactured some ropeways as Baco-Poma for a few years following the acquisition. Baco AG ceased manufacturing ropeways, however the company is still active, representing Leitner Ropeways and Poma in Switzerland.
^The company manufactured some ropeways as Heron-Poma for a few years following the acquisition.
^SACMI ceased manufacturing ropeways, however the company still manufactures components and pre-assembled parts for Poma's ropeways.